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Barbara Rae: Prints

ROYAL ACADEMY PUBLICATIONS
By Andrew Lambirth.

Cloth, 10 x 11.75 in. / 159 pgs / illustrated throughout. | 5/1/2010 | Out of stock
$60.00


Barbara Rae: The Lammermuirs

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
Text by Duncan Macmillan, Barbara Rae, Maureen Barrie.

Colorful painterly studies of the Scottish border landscapes from the author of Arctic Sketchbooks

Hbk, 9 x 11.5 in. / 128 pgs / 110 color / 4 bw. | 10/25/2022 | In stock
$35.00


Barbara Rae: Arctic Sketchbooks

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
Text by Barbara Rae.

A watercolor travelogue of Earth’s most hostile landscapes

Hbk, 9 x 5.25 in. / 108 pgs / 100 color. | 1/22/2019 | In stock
$16.95


Barbara Rae: The Northwest Passage

ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS
Text by Tagak Curley, Colin Greenslade, Duncan Macmillan, Tom Muir.

Hbk, 9.25 x 11.5 in. / 144 pgs / 130 color. | 9/25/2018 | Out of stock
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Barbara Rae Sketchbooks

ROYAL ACADEMY PUBLICATIONS
Text by Richard Cork.

Pbk, 9.5 x 11.5 in. / 148 pgs / Illustrated throughout | 10/13/2015 | Not available
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Barbara Rae: The LammermuirsBarbara Rae: The Lammermuirs

Published by Royal Academy of Arts.
Text by Duncan Macmillan, Barbara Rae, Maureen Barrie.

The Lammermuir Hills have been an important trade route between Scotland and England for generations, as well as an effective barrier when necessary. Drawn by the long history of southeastern Scotland and the many conflicting elements in play in its natural environment—among them wind farms, pylons, forestry plantations, grouse moors and sheep—the distinguished Scottish painter and printmaker Barbara Rae (born 1943) has made numerous studies of these wild expanses.
This handsome volume reproduces a wide selection of her intensely colorful images, with accompanying photographs and maps, and texts by the art critic Duncan Macmillan, Emeritus Professor of the History of Scottish Art at the University of Edinburgh, and Maureen Barrie, who worked for many years at National Museums Scotland.



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Barbara Rae: Arctic SketchbooksBarbara Rae: Arctic Sketchbooks

Published by Royal Academy of Arts.
Text by Barbara Rae.

These sketchbooks, the work of the acclaimed Scottish artist Barbara Rae (born 1943) during her three journeys toward the Northwest Passage in the depths of the Arctic Circle in 2015, 2016 and 2017, record in colorful and assured brushstrokes the icebergs, frozen bays and snowdrifts of this often hostile landscape. Polar bears and the Northern Lights make appearances, accompanied by Rae's handwritten notes in which she records her experiences and her immediate reactions to this harsh, unforgiving environment. Each page of the sketchbooks is meticulously reproduced, and the handsomely bound volume sits comfortably in the hand, making it the perfect gift for anyone interested in painting or exploration.



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Hardcover, 9 x 5.25 in. / 108 pgs / 100 color.

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Catalog: SPRING 2019 p. 127   

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Barbara Rae: The Northwest PassageBarbara Rae: The Northwest Passage

Published by Royal Academy of Arts.
Text by Tagak Curley, Colin Greenslade, Duncan Macmillan, Tom Muir.

In 2015 Scottish painter Barbara Rae (born 1943) traveled to Greenland on the trail of her namesake, the surgeon and explorer Dr John Rae. Like the artist, John Rae came from Scotland; in 1846, he traveled to the Arctic, where his cooperation and collaboration with the Inuit—almost unheard of at the time—allowed him to discover the fate of Sir John Franklin's lost expedition, and to confirm the existence of the Northwest Passage. Hiking, sketching and creating paintings in her cabin among the icebergs, Barbara Rae stepped into the snowshoes of John Rae. Through her deft handling of color and line, the frozen tundras of the Arctic jump from the page into life. This publication takes the reader on a journey of discovery from Scotland to the Arctic and back again.



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Hardcover, 9.25 x 11.5 in. / 144 pgs / 130 color.

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Catalog: FALL 2018 p. 152   

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Barbara Rae SketchbooksBarbara Rae Sketchbooks

Published by Royal Academy Publications.
Text by Richard Cork.

From the remote coastline of her native Scotland to the mountains of Andalucía, Barbara Rae captures what she sees in her sketchbooks, recording direct evocations of the landscapes that serve as her muse. Published here for the first time, these dynamic studies offer insight into the themes and motifs of Rae’s paintings and prints, but also stand alone as drawings with a sense of adventure and immediacy. Richard Cork draws on interviews with the artist to examine how she sketches to connect with a subject, and Gareth Wardell provides a narrative for Rae’s particular obsessions. Following the recent publication of her prints, this book confirms the artist as one of the boldest in the contemporary scene, moved as much by emotion as by her senses to record the visible world.

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Barbara Rae SketchbooksBarbara Rae Sketchbooks

Published by Royal Academy Publications.
Text by Richard Cork.

From the remote coastline of her native Scotland to the mountains of Andalucia, Barbara Rae captures what she sees in her sketchbooks, recording direct evocations of the landscapes that serve as her muse. Published here for the first time, these dynamic studies offer insight into the themes and motifs of Rae's paintings and prints, but also stand alone as drawings with a sense of adventure and immediacy. Richard Cork draws on interviews with the artist to examine how she sketches to connect with a subject, and Gareth Wardell provides a narrative for Rae's particular obsessions. Following the recent publication of her prints, this book confirms the artist as one of the boldest in the contemporary scene, moved as much by emotion as by her senses to record the visible world.

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Barbara Rae: PrintsBarbara Rae: Prints

Published by Royal Academy Publications.
By Andrew Lambirth.

Scottish artist Barbara Rae (b. 1943) is renowned for her vivid, expressionistic paintings and graphic works. In this book, the first comprehensive study of Rae’s prints, Andrew Lambirth charts her development as a printmaker, from her early experiments at Edinburgh College of Art to her recent collaboration with Coriander Studios, one of Europe's most highly regarded producers of limited-edition artists' prints. Commentaries from the master printers with whom Rae has worked offer a fascinating insight into her practice, while the artist’s own observations reveal the important relationship between her printmaking and her painting. Illustrated with key prints from throughout Rae’s career, this book celebrates the art of one of Britain’s most gifted and original printmakers.

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Cloth, 10 x 11.75 in. / 159 pgs / illustrated throughout.

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