Denis Williams, a Life in Works

Denis Williams, a Life in Works

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Charlotte Williams is Professor of Social Justice, Keele University. Her research incorporates postcolonial and critical race theory, feminism, and critical perspectives in social policy. Her publications include A Tolerant Nation? Exploring Ethnic Diversity in Wales (co-edited, 2003) and Sugar and Slate (2002). --Cross-hatching is used in the construction of cartoons, exquisite line drawings perfected in the fifteenth and sixteenth century, sometimes as templates for a painting, sometimes as an artwork in their own right. The low planes of the face carry the densest hatching, so that the nose, being the highest promontory, is a#39; omitteda#39; in the default white of the drawing paper. ... portrait drawings in ink, Williams could be a young man of today: timeless, lightly-bearded, effortlessly contemporary.


Title:Denis Williams, a Life in Works
Author: Charlotte Williams, Evelyn A. Williams
Publisher:Rodopi - 2010
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