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Publisher Description

An invaluable reflection on the legacy of Derek Williams (1929-1984), a Cardiff surveyor whose generous bequest of his art collection and entire net estate coincided with a reappraisal of the role and workings of the National Museum of Wales and led to the formation of the Derek Williams Trust in 1992. Concise, insightful chapters by writer and curator David Moore examine the quality and variety of artworks assembled by Derek Williams or supported by the activity of the Trust over a period of over 25 years, ranging from painting to ceramics, photography and digital media. Illustrated with a wealth of artworks from the Trust s collection and related exhibitions.

GENRE
Arts & Entertainment
RELEASED
2020
August 22
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
180
Pages
PUBLISHER
Graffeg
SIZE
52
MB

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