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The word ENVIRONMENT as it is used in this unit has a complex meaning. Only very gradually did hereditary surnames develop from such descriptors. McKean uses bright colours, humour and iconic images to explore the day to day experiences and his paintings and limited edition prints seem to capture the emotion of a single moment in time. After all, we had Bogart and Cagney, Nicholson and Newman. And, other emerging young Scottish artists are regularly added to the listings so there is always something new to see.

Pages: 163

Publisher: Twayne Pub (November 1994)

ISBN: 0805745157

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