Tom Phillips is an artist whose work is fuelled by several persistent preoccupations, expressed through an even larger number of formats. These include painting (both figurative and abstract), opera (composer, librettist, set designer), concrete poetry and ornamental forms of writing, sculpture and site-specific designs (mosaic, tapestry, wire frame objects).
Tom Phillips was born in London in 1937. He attended St Catherine’s College, Oxford in 1957, where he read English and at the same time studied drawing at the Ruskin School. In 1961 he went to Camberwell School of Art where his chief source of inspiration was Frank Auerbach.
Tom Phillips (born 25 May 1937) is an English artist. He was born in London, where he continues to work. He is a painter, printmaker and collagist.View over 32 Tom Phillips artworks sold at auction to research and compare prices. Subscribe to access price results for 150,000 different artists! Auctions. Galleries. Artists. Fine Art. Drawings (2185) Fine Art - General (152) Mixed Media Art (2058) Paintings (15888) Photography (2180) Posters (2754) Prints (14912) Sculptures (5323) View All Fine Art. Decorative Art. American Indian Art.From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tom Phillips CBE RA (born 25 May 1937) is an English artist. He was born in London, where he continues to work. He is a painter, printmaker and collagist.
An online repository of drawings, pastels, paintings, sculptures, textiles and other artworks, as well as writings by and about Tom Phillips RA, together with a studio blog, news blog and shop for the online purchase of prints, silkscreens and etchings.Read More
Susan Greenfield, Baroness Greenfield. by Tom Phillips computer-processed drawings and video, 1999-2000 Commissioned, 2000 Primary Collection NPG 6526. Sitter back to top. Susan Adele Greenfield, Baroness Greenfield (1950-), Professor of Synaptic Pharmacology. Sitter in 2 portraits. Artist back to top. Tom Phillips (1937-), Artist. Artist of 22 portraits, Sitter in 6 portraits. This portrait.Read More
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Tom Phillips b.1937 (b London, 24 May 1937). British painter, graphic artist, musician, and writer. Phillips's work resists classification and has been much concerned with the fusion of words and images. View profile. Text Source: The Oxford Dictionary of Art and Artists (Oxford University Press).Read More
Gcse Art Exam: 2017 on this page you will find the 2017 AQA Fine Art exam paper, the exam overviews, deadlines, checklists, lesson resources etc. use it to help you succeed in your exam project! Deadlines: Your final exam is on the 4th and 5th of May. You MUST be ready to create your final piece independently on these days. All experiments must be finished so that you can refer to them for.Read More
The RA Collection in 250 Objects: Dogs This one’s for dog and art-lovers everywhere, as well as the cat people yet to be converted. We went for walkies through our Collection and found a pack of misfit mutts, and perfect pooches depicted by artists across the centuries.Read More
On page 45 of Phillips’ A Humument by Tom Phillips, Phillips suggests that unity between humans, marriage causes a loss of individuality. Phillips’ purpose for using the two main colors; purple and.Read More
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Tom Phillips and Richard Long have responded to clouds through text-based artworks. Phillips's cloud shaped bubbles of words suggest the poetry of clouds. Richard Long uses words to describe a walk that he took in the Cairngorms national park in Scotland. In the Cloud describes the moment he walked over Ben Macdui, the tallest peak in the Cairngorms, and records how much time the artist spent.Read More
Tom Phillips: Writing About an Image OPTIC (Step 2) OPTIC. I find Walter Pauk’s theory quite useful when writing about an image. The AP Art History Course also uses this Acronym as a successful approach to writing about visual art. I have adapted it here with further commentary and explanation in light of your specific goals. The point of the first two steps is pure description. What does.Read More