Limited publication to celebrate centennial of Sir Kyffn Williams, Nicholas Sinclair,

Kyffin Williams Centennial  

by Nicholas Sinclair

Published by Nicholas Sinclair in 2018

 

Published in a limited edition of 100 signed copies to mark the centenary of Sir Kyffin Williams, this book includes previously unseen paintings, drawings and photographs and features 20 portraits of the artist in his studio, in his home and in the landscape of North Wales.

 

In conversation with Nicholas Sinclair, the artist discusses both his work as a landscape and portrait painter and his influences and techniques, giving the reader an insight into how he was inspired to create his extraordinary record of North Wales and its people.

280 x 21.5 mm 88 pages

Includes 29 colour illustrations and 18 B/W illustrations

ISBN 978 0 9522338 1 7 Softback

Available from nicholas.sinclair@virgin.net

Kyffin Williams, Lund Humphries, Nicholas Sinclair, Rian Evans

Kyffin Williams The Light and the Dark

by Rian Evans and Nicholas Sinclair

Published by Lund Humphries in 2018

 

The first extensive examination of the artist’s career, this monograph traces the life and work of Sir Kyffin Williams, who over six decades, from Slade student to Royal Academician to knighthood, achieved both success and remarkable popular appeal.

 

270 x 249 mm 160 pages

Includes 143 colour and 4 B/W illustrations

ISBN 978 1 84822 240 3 Hardback

Available at www.lundhumphries.com

The Art of Kyffin Williams

by Nicholas Sinclair with an essay by Rian Evans

Published by RA Publications in 2007

 

This book features previously unseen works from all periods of the artist’s career.  With an essay by Nicholas Sinclair looking at the early influences on Sir Kyffin Williams’ work and an essay by Rian Evans examining the qualities that defined both the artist’s character and his work. 

 

270 x 240 mm 136 pages

Includes 98 colour and 6 B/W illustrations

ISBN 978 1 905 71100 0 Hardback

 

 

Out of print

Kyffin Williams

by Nicholas Sinclair with an essay by Ian Jeffrey

Published by Lund Humphries in 2004

 

The first monograph to be published on the artist, this book includes an introduction by Ian Jeffrey, one of Britain’s leading art historians. It also profiles ten sites in North Wales where the artist worked throughout his career. The inclusion of location photographs by Nicholas Sinclair helps to explain both Williams’s inspiration and how he interpreted the world around him.

 

270 x 250 mm 128 pages

Includes 82 colour and 12 B/W illustrations

ISBN 978 0 853 31896 5 Hardback

 

 

Out of print