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We Think the World of You: people and Dogs Drawn Together

We Think the World of You: people and Dogs Drawn Together

By (author) David Remfry

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  • A charming look at David Remfry MBE RA's portraits of dogs and their owners, in beautiful watercolour and gouache
  • Accompanied by sketches from Remfry's own notebooks
  • Accompanied by lively accounts of how the dogs and owners came to find each other
Full Description
David Remfry MBE RA has long been fascinated by the relationships that develop between dogs and their owners. In this charming new book, his delicate portraits in watercolour and gouache reveal the mutual understanding and sympathy of these partnerships. Many of his portraits are accompanied by sketches from the artist's many notebooks alongside brief accounts by his sitters of how dog and owner came to find each other. Remfry's lively watercolours and sketches illustrate such celebrities as Ethan Hawke (and Nina), Susan Sarandon (and Penny and Rigby) and Alan Cumming (and Honey). Some of the sitters were fellow residents at the iconic Bohemian outpost, the Chelsea Hotel.
About the Author
David Remfry, best known for his life-size watercolors of urban scenes and nightclubs. He had his first solo show in London in 1973; more than 50 international solo exhibitions have followed at such major venues as the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; and PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York.
David Remfry, best known for his life-size watercolors of urban scenes and nightclubs. He had his first solo show in London in 1973; more than 50 international solo exhibitions have followed at such major venues as the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; and PS1 Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, New York.
Specifications
Publisher
Royal Academy of Arts
ISBN
9781910350171
Published
4th Jan 2017
Binding
Hardback
Size
298 mm x 210 mm
Pages
128 Pages
Illustrations
70 color, b&w
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