Painted Insights - Victoria Crowe

Victoria Crowe, one of Scotland's leading artists, has established herself as a painter whose work is instantly recognisable. This monograph, published in 2001, covers her full range - landscapes, still lifes, portraits, self-portraits and interiors - but much of her work defies such precise categorisation. She has been described as 'one of the most vital and original figurative painters currently at work in Scotland.'

An essay by art historian and critic Colin Bailey, illustrated by Crowe's most recent paintings, sets her work in context. Then follows a chronological path through her life and work, told in her own highly individual words, but punctuated by the voices of critics.

This is a personal journey spanning over thirty years, in which life events are transmuted into painted images.

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