Hugh St Clair

Hugh St Clair’s most recent book is A Lesson in Art & Life: The Colourful World of Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett-Haines (Pimpernel Press)

This is not a journey you will find in most accounts of the twentieth century

The aim of this new biography is to re-establish this undeservedly overlooked artist

Dinah Casson’s book will inspire and galvanise anyone involved in British provincial museums

The Story of Scottish Art is not a scholarly work of art history; it gives an easy-to-read account of artists’ lives with a faintly awestruck tone

Andy Friend provides a readable account of Nash’s life, but omits important detail about how the artist made others feel

Practically all the artists in the book are traumatised in one way or another, and all experienced war