Chris Emery

Chris Emery

Cromer / Chris Emery has published three collections of poetry, a writer’s guide, an anthology of art and poems, and edited editions of Emily Brontë, Keats and Rossetti.
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“…where the story really scores is in showing how dawns fresh promise gets broken – how individuals, at onetime poor and ‘simple’, get corrupted through money. The crescendo is a little…

“…where the story really scores is in showing how dawns fresh promise gets broken – how individuals, at onetime poor and ‘simple’, get corrupted through money. The crescendo is a little…

Colour can be so powerful and we love the way Howard Hodgkin uses it in his paintings, creating a language all of their own. Despite their apparent spontan

Colour can be so powerful and we love the way Howard Hodgkin uses it in his paintings, creating a language all of their own. Despite their apparent spontan

Anselm Kiefer (German, b. 1945). Shulamite [Sulamith], 1983. Oil, emulsion, woodcut, shellac, acrylic, and straw on canvas. 213 x 145 in. (541 x 368.3 cm). Doris and Donald Fisher Collection at SFMOMA. Photo: Ian Reeves.

Anselm Kiefer (German, b. 1945). Shulamite [Sulamith], 1983. Oil, emulsion, woodcut, shellac, acrylic, and straw on canvas. 213 x 145 in. (541 x 368.3 cm). Doris and Donald Fisher Collection at SFMOMA. Photo: Ian Reeves.

The Museum of Cathy by Anna Stothard review – a cabinet of dangerous memories | Books | The Guardian

The Museum of Cathy by Anna Stothard review – a cabinet of dangerous memories | Books | The Guardian