Book Review: Edward Burra: Twentieth-Century Eye

Burra was, in many ways, a typical artist of mid-20th century England, in the sense that his style was personal to him. It is difficult to categorise his work and he seems to have worked largely independently of the mainstream of 20th century art. The work also went through quite a range of styles during his surprisingly (in view of his recurrent poor health) long working life. Published in British Art Journal Vol VI, No 3. To read the full review, CLICK HERE.