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Author: David Gentleman  

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Drawing from over sixty years of engagement with this most well-known capital city, Then and Now presents London as it was and as it is today.

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Drawing from over sixty years of engagement with this most well-known capital city, Then and Now presents London as it was and as it is today.

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Description

David Gentleman, an iconic British illustrator and designer, has lived a lifetime in London. Drawing from over sixty years of engagement with this most well-known capital city, Then and Now presents London as it was and as it is today. His beautiful and intricate work - of the Thames, Hampstead Heath, Camden Town (where David Gentleman has lived in the same house for fifty years), London's parks and sights - offers us the pleasure of looking again at the everyday. Accompanied by reflections on the work of an artist, commentary on the possibilities of ink, pen and paint and personal thoughts on the ever-changing city, this is a delight for all those who flock to London.

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About the Author

David Gentleman is a painter and printmaker, working in many mediums. He has designed British postage stamps and coins, and the platform-length mural, blown up from his wood engravings, well-known to Londoners, at Charing Cross on the underground. His studio is at the top of an early Victorian house in Camden Town between the crowded, rackety Camden Lock and the green spaces of Regent's Park and Primrose Hill.

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Product Details

Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd | Particular Books
Published
5th March 2020
Pages
288
ISBN
9781846149757
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