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Exposure

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21 x 16 cm, casebound, 32 pages, full colour,

ISBN 978-0-9545171-7-5. Published Ingleby Gallery, 2005.

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Works from this series were inspired by the time Garry Fabian Miller has spent on the Hebridean Island of Tiree, and are vividly illustrated in the book with an accompanying text by Ian Warrell, curator of the Turner Collection at the Tate, examining the idea of remoteness in relation to artistic vision, in particular to the work of both Turner and Fabian Miller. The publication also contains a short text by Richard Ingleby and a full biography of the artist.

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Exposure

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21 x 16 cm, casebound, 32 pages, full colour,

ISBN 978-0-9545171-7-5. Published Ingleby Gallery, 2005.

£10.00Buy now

Works from this series were inspired by the time Garry Fabian Miller has spent on the Hebridean Island of Tiree, and are vividly illustrated in the book with an accompanying text by Ian Warrell, curator of the Turner Collection at the Tate, examining the idea of remoteness in relation to artistic vision, in particular to the work of both Turner and Fabian Miller. The publication also contains a short text by Richard Ingleby and a full biography of the artist.

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Exposure

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21 x 16 cm, casebound, 32 pages, full colour,

ISBN 978-0-9545171-7-5. Published Ingleby Gallery, 2005.

£10.00Buy now

Works from this series were inspired by the time Garry Fabian Miller has spent on the Hebridean Island of Tiree, and are vividly illustrated in the book with an accompanying text by Ian Warrell, curator of the Turner Collection at the Tate, examining the idea of remoteness in relation to artistic vision, in particular to the work of both Turner and Fabian Miller. The publication also contains a short text by Richard Ingleby and a full biography of the artist.

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Exposure

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21 x 16 cm, casebound, 32 pages, full colour,

ISBN 978-0-9545171-7-5. Published Ingleby Gallery, 2005.

£10.00Buy now

Works from this series were inspired by the time Garry Fabian Miller has spent on the Hebridean Island of Tiree, and are vividly illustrated in the book with an accompanying text by Ian Warrell, curator of the Turner Collection at the Tate, examining the idea of remoteness in relation to artistic vision, in particular to the work of both Turner and Fabian Miller. The publication also contains a short text by Richard Ingleby and a full biography of the artist.

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Exposure

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21 x 16 cm, casebound, 32 pages, full colour,

ISBN 978-0-9545171-7-5. Published Ingleby Gallery, 2005.

£10.00Buy now

Works from this series were inspired by the time Garry Fabian Miller has spent on the Hebridean Island of Tiree, and are vividly illustrated in the book with an accompanying text by Ian Warrell, curator of the Turner Collection at the Tate, examining the idea of remoteness in relation to artistic vision, in particular to the work of both Turner and Fabian Miller. The publication also contains a short text by Richard Ingleby and a full biography of the artist.

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Exposure

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21 x 16 cm, casebound, 32 pages, full colour,

ISBN 978-0-9545171-7-5. Published Ingleby Gallery, 2005.

£10.00Buy now

Works from this series were inspired by the time Garry Fabian Miller has spent on the Hebridean Island of Tiree, and are vividly illustrated in the book with an accompanying text by Ian Warrell, curator of the Turner Collection at the Tate, examining the idea of remoteness in relation to artistic vision, in particular to the work of both Turner and Fabian Miller. The publication also contains a short text by Richard Ingleby and a full biography of the artist.

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