by Phaidon in association with the Talbot Rice Art Centre, the University of Edinburgh and the Tate Gallery, London in Oxford .
Written in English
|Contributions||Talbot Rice Art Centre, Tate Gallery|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||206 p. :|
|Number of Pages||206|
|ISBN 10||0714824011, 0714824550|
|LC Control Number||86012621|
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The artist and poet Ian Hamilton Finlay created Little Sparta, Scotland’s most ambitious permanent installation, as a modern meditation on the themes of 18th-century landscape gardening. Steve Bretel, is a fine art painter, maker and enthusiastic educator. Following his studies at art school in Wales, then a career in London as a commercial artist, Steve moved north to pursue his love for creative adventure painting in the mountains, forests, villages and coastal towns of Scotland, where he is now based. He has also worked in outdoor and community arts education, greenwood. Landscape painting in Scotland includes all forms of painting of landscapes in Scotland since its origins in the sixteenth century to the present day. The earliest examples of Scottish landscape painting are in the tradition of Scottish house decoration that arose in the sixteenth century. Often said to be the earliest surviving painted landscape created in Scotland is a depiction by the Flemish artist . Built in , the estate is run by the National Trust for Scotland, which has opened it up to guided tours. Anyone going through the tour should keep an eye for one recently restored painting.
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