‘A feeling for the landscape’ traces the unusual career path of Fay Godwin (1931-2005), as a successful photographer-author, rather than illustrator, during the 1970s and beyond. With no formal training, and a broken marriage at the launch of her career, she drew on all her resources, and determination, to eventually negotiate collaborative projects focussing on various parts of the British Isles with literary luminaries such as Ted Hughes, John Fowles and Alan Sillitoe.
Dr Geraldine Alexander is an art historian and researcher who is currently working on the archive of 20th century photographer Fay Godwin at the British Library.
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