Public Sculpture of Edinburgh (Volume 1)
The Old Town and South Edinburgh
Ray McKenzie and contributions by Dianne King and Tracy Smith
Dianne King is a former Acting Head of Humanities and Honorary Research Fellow at Edinburgh College of Art. She studied Art History at Edinburgh University and Sculpture at Edinburgh College of Art, and has published articles on sculpture in academic journals. In 1999 she set up the PMSA Edinburgh Research Archive (now housed by Historic Environment Scotland) and worked, with others, on the Edinburgh PMSA database of public sculpture.
Ray McKenzie was until his recent retirement a Senior Lecturer in Art History and Research Fellow at the School of Art in Glasgow, and is the author of several studies on the art of the city. These include Public Sculpture of Glasgow, which was joint winner of the Saltire Society / National Library of Scotland award for Research Book of the Year in 2002, and The Flower and the Green Leaf, an exploration of the educational culture of the School at the time of Charles Rennie Mackintosh. He is currently an Honorary Professor in the Department of Fine Art Critical Studies.
Tracy Smith is an Art History graduate, a freelance researcher and editor, and was one of the team of researchers who worked with Ray McKenzie on Public Sculpture of Glasgow.
Size: 220 × 250 mm
329 B&W illustrations
Copyright: © 2018
Publication: November 30, 2018
Series: Public Sculpture of Britain 20