Henry Lamb: The Artist and his Friends
Bristol: Redcliffe Press, 1985.
The friend and confidant of many of the contemporary English artists and writers of the '20s and '30s, Lamb refused to be labeled with one particular group.
His bohemian wanderings eventually lead to a quieter life of marriage and a flourishing career as portrait painter to many of society's leading figures.
A fascinating study of a somewhat neglected master.
Hardcover with jacket, in perfect condition. 306 pages.