Art and Culture at the British Seaside
Edited By Lara Feigel and Alexandra Harris
From the cheeky postcards marvelled at by George Orwell to austere modernist buildings such as the De La Warr Pavilion; from the Camden Town Group’s sojourn in Brighton to John Piper’s ‘Nautical Style’; from Paul Nash’s surrealist benches on the promenade in Swanage to the influence of bunting and deckchairs on the Festival of Britain – Modernism on Sea is a sweeping tour de force which pays tribute to the role of the seaside in shaping British modernism.
Acknowledgements We would like to thank our research assistant Miranda Stern for all her help and good humour, and to thank Barrie Bullen, John Craig Gray, Hugh Fowler- Wright and Clarissa Lewis for their generosity and support. The project was made possible by funding from the University of Sussex, Oxford English Faculty, Christ Church Oxford and the AHRC, to all of whom we are very grateful. Our thanks also go to Kara Trapani for her inspired designs, to Jennifer Speake for her meticulous copy-editing, and to our superb editor Hannah Godfrey for her enthusiasm throughout.
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