Ken’s art has the power and strength to inspire. He is the true heir, as a socialist artist, of William Morris." Martin Rowson, cartoonist
This book is a biography of a modern day quixotic communist artist.
This fascinating and lively biography by John Green of the larger than life, all-round artist, Ken Sprague, demonstrates how everyone can be a special kind of artist – how art can transform lives, can be an expression of social engagement and celebration ofendeavour to make a better world possible build bridges. This is what has been said about Ken and the book:
"A celebration of the work and vision of Ken Sprague is to be welcomed – he, as much as anyone, deserves it." Tony Benn, politician and activist
The author, John Green, is a journalist, former documentary film-maker and trade union official.
Published by Hawthorn Press in partnership with Artery Publications. Publication generously supported by the Lipman-Miliband Trust.