Kurt Jackson: a new genre of landscape painting
Exploring the career of artist and environmentalist Kurt Jackson, this publication has at its centre the artist and the natural world. Jackson's paintings are set in places that he has travelled to and explored regularly, and are created by an individual with a deep understanding of natural history and ecology
Farnham: Lund Humphries, 2010
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Statement of responsibility: John Russell Taylor ... [et al.]
ISBN: 1848220413, 9781848220416
Intended audience: Specialized.
Published in association with the Lemon Street Gallery.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
160 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), ports. (some col.) ; 28 cm.
Landscape in art.; Art and Design.; Ecology in art.; Jackson, Kurt Criticism and interpretation.
- Kurt Jackson, John Russell Taylor
- The Beauty, Howard Jacobson
- Look closely, Mike Tooby
- From the source to the sea, Helen Dunmore
- A day with Kurt Jackson, Philip Marsden
- Two trees/five senses/A world, Bel Mooney
- View from the South, Bill Hare
- Green chaos: painting the forest, Richard Mabey
- Mordros - A portrait of Kurt Jackson, Mark Cocker
- That's the way to do it, William Packer
- Kurt Jackson: facing the music, Tim Smit
- Biographical note
- Exhibitions and events
- Public collections
- Selected bibliography
'...the next best thing to actually owning a Kurt Jackson painting, it should be on the shelf of all admirers of landscape painting in general but those of Kurt's paintings in particular.' Cornishman