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BOOKS IN THE MEDIA
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 10/19/2011
Richard Dadd: The Artist and the Asylum, in the Media
Nicholas Tromans' new book on Victorian fairy painter and "criminal lunatic" Richard Dadd — "a troubling feast for the eye," according to The Times Literary Supplement — is receiving unusually strong and extensive reviews in the UK, where it was released in mid-summer by its European publisher, Tate. D.A.P. is pleased to have published this superbly illustrated and riveting volume for the American market, where the book has just recently released. Scroll down for a sampling of the UK press, or continue to the book's page on ARTBOOK.com.
Richard Dadd: The Artist and the Asylum