Harold Gilman + William Ratcliffe
"A clean and solid mosaic of thick paint in a light key" was a phrase aptly used by the leader of the Camden Town Group of artists, Walter Sickert, to describe the painting of this Edwardian group, who depicted their tea-and-cake world in a comparatively timid, but subtle and charming, Post-Impressionist style.
This book describes the work of Harold Gilman, probably the most talented of them, and his close friend and protégé the much less well-known William Ratcliffe.
By Tim Craven
32 pages, paperback
242 x 168 mm, 25 colour illustrations
ISBN: 978 1 903470 03 9
About the author
Tim Craven, is Collections Manager at Southampton City Art Gallery.