Lancelot Ribeiro: An Artist in India and Europe by David Buckman
An exploration of the work of Lancelot Ribeiro, one of the most original of the Indian artists of the post-war generation. Written by former journalist and author, David Buckman provides a unique insight into the life of Ribeiro using archival material from the Ribeiro Collection. Since producing his dictionary Artists in Britain since 1945, Buckman has concentrated on arts writing, contributing to Macmillan’s The Dictionary of Art, Brian McFarlane’s The Encyclopedia of British Film and his acclaimed book From Bow to Biennale: Artists of the East London Group. He has been an advisor to the UK’s Public Catalogue Foundation and a council member of The Critics’ Circle.
Paperback: 194 pages
Publishers: Francis Boutle Publishers (2014)
Colour illustrations: 215 £20.00
Restless Ribeiro: An Indian Artist in Britain, Ed. Katriana Hazell
This lavishly illustrated book was produced for the 2013 memorial Restless Ribeiro exhibition in 2013 at Asia House in London. It is a fitting tribute to one of the most striking artists of our time, Bombay-born artist Lancelot Ribeiro (1933 - 2010) and explores the highly original nature of Ribeiro's work, through articles by those who knew Ribeiro well.
Paperback: 100 pages
Publisher: River Books (2013)
ISBN: 978-6167339283 £15.00
Indian Modernist Landscapes, 1950-1970 (Grosvenor Gallery e-Catalogue)
During Asian Art in London 2016 and the Retracing Ribeiro project, Grosvenor Gallery exhibited landscapes by artists Sadanand Bakre, Lancelot Ribeiro and Francis Newton Souza.
E-Catalogue: 34 pages
Publisher: Grosvenor Gallery (2016)
Retracing Ribeiro Education Pack A resource pack for classroom learning and community outreach, available as a download or hard copy format.
Paperback: 40 pages
Publisher: Marsha Ribeiro (2016) £10.00 hard copies (low stock)
The Roots of Indian Artists' Collectives Grosvenor Gallery catalogue
The exhibition catalogue for our July 2019 exhibition 'The Roots of the Indian Artists' Collectives'. Featuring an essay by Marsha Ribeiro, archive material from group members, as well as images of the works in the exhibition.
Lancelot Ribeiro: An Indian Painter in Hampstead Grosvenor Gallery catalogue
This catalogue, with an essay by Marsha Ribeiro, accompanied the 2023 Grosvenor Gallery Lancelot Ribeiro, An Indian Painter in Hampstead exhibition at Burgh House with works from the show, alongside archival material from the Ribeiro Collection.