Tretchikoff: The People’s Painter is the first major publication on Vladimir Tretchikoff, one of the most iconic and controversial painters of the Twentieth Century, to appear in several decades. Published to accompany the first major retrospective exhibition of his work at the Iziko South African National Gallery in 2011, it includes well-known and never before seen examples of Tretchikoff’s art as well as rare archival material from the Tretchikoff Archive.
Edited by the curator of the National Gallery Retrospective, UCT academic Andrew Lamprecht, it includes essays by historian Boris Gorelik, art theorist Ashraf Jamal, Yvonne du Toit and Melvyn Minnaar.
2011, Jonathan Ball Publishers
Editor Andrew Lamprecht
Layout Pete Bosman
Page size 210 x 244mm
Full colour throughout
Soft cover, full colour, spot gold on flaps, gold-foil stamped