Using letters sent by Davis to his mother and other members of his family, Tony Hobbs lets the artist tell his own story.
Davis was well regarded by his contemporaries including J.M.W. Turner, but after his death his work often went unrecognized. The quality of his later work and especially the collections in Hereford and Leominster are discussed along with his somewhat chaotic life.
Paperback | 92 pages | 246 x 165 mm | 2004
Colour and b&w illustrations