Bernand Meninsky



The first significant study of the life and work of this visionary painter, who was central to the great generation of twentieth-century Anglo-Jewish artists. Always difficult to classify, the dark atmospheric landscapes, the tenderness of his mother-and-child series, and the magic of the pastoral world of his later years relate both to the spirit of Picasso and to the English Neo-Romantics.

ISBN 978-1-872971-05-6
230 x 225mm
144 pages
17 colour and 53 black & white illustrations