Deborah Brown

From painting to sculpture


Hilary Pyle, editor

€17.95
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Catalogue Price: €19.95
ISBN: 1-85182-969-5
Catalogue Price: €150.00
This volume is a limited edition. It is cloth bound and signed by the author and publisher.
ISBN: 1-85182-970-9

February 2005. 124pp; colour ills.

This lavishly illustrated book celebrates the work and career of Deborah Brown. It consists of an interview with the artist which serves among other things as a biographical outline, and essays on her work by Hilary Pyle, Anne Crookshank, T.P. Flanagan, the late James White, and Marianne Kane.

The book also includes a checklist of Deborah Brown's works, running to nearly 400 items.

Hilary Pyle is one of Ireland's leading authorities on Irish art, and the author/editor of numerous books including: The Sligo-Leitrim world of Kate Cullen 1832–1913: a 19th-century memoir revealed (Woodfield Press, 1997); Jack B. Yeats: a biography (Carlton Books, 1997) and The different worlds of Jack B. Yeats: his cartoons and illustrations (IAP, 1994).

Deborah Brown