A Shared Vision: the Garman Ryan Collection At the New Art Gallery Walsall

By: McGregor, Sheila

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This is the first illustrated book on the Garman Ryan Collection, which was formed by two remarkable women and generously given to Walsall, England in 1974. The book includes information on Kathleen Garman's and Sally Ryan's lives. Together they formed a collection that is intimate, adventurous and eclectic, encompassing works by some of the greatest names in European art - Durer, Rembrandt, Constable, Van Gogh, Monet - as well as sculptures, vessels and votive objects from African, Asian, Oceanic and South American cultures. Now housed in a new purpose-built gallery in the centre of Walsall, not far from where Kathleen Garman spent her childhood, the Garman Ryan Collection represents in every sense "a shared vision. " Black and white, color paintings and photographs fill this book, along with text about the objects presented. The binding is a deep blue cloth; the jacket has a wrinkle at the bottom front.; 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall

Title: A Shared Vision: the Garman Ryan Collection At the New Art Gallery Walsall

Author: McGregor, Sheila

Categories: Collections,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: United Kingdom, Merrell Holberton: 1999

ISBN: 1858940869

ISBN 13: 9781858940861

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: New in New dust jacket

Seller ID: 001524

Keywords: ART EXHIBITIONS COLLECTORS COLLECTING ANTIQUES GARMAN RYAN WALSALL ENGLAND,