Authors, Editor and Contributors: Brian Dillon, Dorothy Cross, Seamus Heaney, Enrique Juncosa, and Karen Sweeney.
Year of Publication: 2011
Description: A hardcover comprehensive survey of Barrie Cooke’s career - with 82 colour plates across 162 pages – published on the occasion of the artist’s 80th birthday and the unveiling of a solo exhibition at IMMA. Barrie Cooke is one of Ireland's foremost painters to have emerged since the fifties (he has lived for the past fifty-five years), although he is widely travelled and his richly expressionist, semi-abstract paintings have been strongly influenced by time spent in Malaysia, Borneo and New Zealand for example, on his beloved fishing trips. Nature is his chosen environment and subject matter. He has collaborated with a number of prominent poets including Seamus Heaney, John Montague and Ted Hughes, all of who share his fascination with the elemental.
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