Published in association with Lund Humphries and National Library of Waes
Illustrations: Includes over 200 in colour and 50 in black & white
Published: May 2011
Extent: 240 pages
Critic Nicholas Usherwood has described the work of Clive Hicks-Jenkins as ‘reflective, expressive painting of the highest order’.
From a background as a choreographer and theatre director, Hicks-Jenkins has since the 1990s become increasingly well-known as a painter, producing exploratory sequences of works that embrace diverse subject-matter with a consistent and distinctive vision.
His paintings are now held in all the principal public collections in Wales and his artists’ books are in libraries worldwide; he is a Royal Cambrian Academician and an Honorary Fellow of Aberystwyth University.