This book, written by Brian Stewart, is a wonderful introduction to the art of John Dyer. Featuring many of the artist’s most famous paintings the book explores his work between the period of the 1990s to 2006. With full colour illustrations of the artists’s paintings throughout the book and the informative text from Brian Stewart the book is a must have for any admirer of the artist’s work.
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|Artist||Cornish Artist John Dyer (born 1968)|
|Number of pages||72|
|Cover style||Soft Back|
|Book page size||230mm x 230mm|
|Book Edition||First Edition|
|Book Title||John Dyer - A Vision of Paradise|
Chapters included in the book:
An Innocent Eye
The Eden Project
Starry Starry Nights
Tresco Abbey Garden
Sun Sea & Fancy Free
"John's art has an ability to lift the spirits. I have watched the excitement and delight of small children and families viewing his paintings when on display at Falmouth Art Gallery. I have observed the transformation of the atmosphere brought about by an exhibition of his paintings"
This is a fantastic book featuring many of John's most famous works from around Cornwall and the world. Lavishly illustrated with beautiful colour reproductions and designed by the author Brian Stewart and artist John Dyer. 'A Vision of Paradise' will delight not only fans of John's paintings but everybody who has a passion for life.
"The book is on my side table in the company of Kandinsky, Matisse and Roger Hilton. Thank you for peeling back the wraps, and letting us glimpse the sublime."
A beautiful book with quality reproductions of the paintings at a really reasonable price.
A wonderful book of charm & colour
A great book of john dyers work, full of wonderful colour and charm. Topped off by being signed by john himself, a great buy I highly recommend!! Truly brilliant!!
A wonderful memory of our visit to Cornwall, beautiful art for our coffee table, thank you!
Fabulous artist and a fabulous book too.
The book is on my side table in the company of Kandinsky, Matisse and Roger Hilton. Thank you for peeling back the wraps, and letting us glimpse the sublime.