A contemporary of David Hockney, R.B. Kitaj and John Hoyland, Maurice Cockrill is one of Britain's most consistently challenging and inventice artists. Restless, lyrical and challenging, his work defies conventional categorisation, and has ranged from photorealism to expressionism and from sexually charged landscapes to mythological subjects and near abstraction.
This full colour publication examines the diverse body of work he produced from 1974 - 1994.
Format: 71 pages, paperback.
Publisher: National Museums Liverpool (1994)
Dimensions: 220 x 225 x 7mm