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Written by Anthony Penrose, son of American photographer and feminist icon Lee Miller and British artist Roland Penrose, this work provides a personal insight into their life together at Farley Farm, Sussex where they played host to some of the greatest 20th-century artists.
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This delightfully illustrated book provides a spellbinding glimpse into the world of the Surrealists by entering Farley Farm - a house inhabited by leading figures of the Surrealist movement, such as Roland Penrose, Lee Miller and Man Ray.Review:
Highly enjoyable. (Financial Times)
This book ... is a vivid record of a house at the centre of an artistic movement (Independent)
Penrose's book is a delight - informative, well structured and concise. (Argus)
Now available in paperback form although not a paperback as we know it. It's a big, handsome volume, beautifully made and over-flowing with especially commissioned photographs by Alen MacWeeney, alongside iconic photographs from the Lee Miller archive. (ETC Magazine)
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Book Description Frances Lincoln. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # think0711228329