John Wonnacott: A Biographical Study

I’m pleased to see that my forthcoming book about John Wonnacott is now advertised online (https://www.lundhumphries.com/products/john-wonnacott). It’s going to be designed by Wolfe Hall, an admirable design agency based in Walthamstow, who have recently designed the book about the Tate’s Hogarth and Europe exhibition (https://www.wolfehall.com/), so I’m looking forward to what they come up with in terms of cover, typography and layout. Should it be justified or unjustified ? I like all these detailed questions. Due out in early September.

I feel his big Royal Family portrait ought to be somewhere on display for the Platinum Jubilee (https://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw16828/The-Royal-Family-A-Centenary-Portrait) if anyone has any suggestions. Maybe this year’s exhibition for the Royal Society of Portrait Painters ?

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