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Robert Dawson | A Most Uncommon Man | Collector's Edition robert dawson a most uncommon man biography by david whiting collector
Robert Dawson | A Most Uncommon Man | Collector's Edition Robert Dawson | A Most Uncommon Man | Collector's Edition

Robert Dawson | A Most Uncommon Man | Collector's Edition

Item Code: Bk-RD-AMUM-sce
Medium
Collector's hardback edition
Subject
Dawson, Robert
Date of Work
2018
Edition Size
75
Height (cm)
32.5
Width (cm)
24.5
Base price $555
$462.34
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Robert Dawson A Most Uncommon Man is the biography of artist, musician and poet Robert Dawson written by David Whiting. This collector's hardback is published in an edition of 75, 160 pages and 110 illustrations, cloth covered with inset image, numbered, housed in a slipcase with folder containing two original numbered etchings, an original sketchbook drawing, a cd and dvd. Also published in a standard softcover edition.

The sketchbook drawing shown is for illustration purposes only.
Robert Dawson portraitRobert Dawson was born in 1926. Leaving school at 17, Dawson was offered a scholarship to Stoke-on-Trent College of Art, but was persuaded by his mother to join a solicitor’s office. Aged 22, Dawson joined a touring dance band, performing in US Airforce bases in Germany. After studying English and Art at Clarendon College, Nottingham, in 1965, he trained as a primary school teacher.

Dawson, a great collector and lover of art, was also a member of the Staffordshire Society of Artists and had several solo exhibitions. In 1973 and 1974 he won the Holbrook Prize at Nottingham Castle Museum. When Dawson died in 1997, he left a substantial body of work. Among his papers were the drafts for Painters and their Houses.
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