Showcasing eighty outstanding artworks from around the world, When Art Really Works assesses what it is that makes them so great.
Andy Pankhurst studied at the Slade School of Fine Art in London, where he was a pupil of Euan Uglow, and where Andy himself now teaches. A deeply expressive figurative painter, his work is represented in various public, corporate, and private collections and museums in the UK and the USA. Andy exhibits with Browse and Darby in London and is represented by Addison Fine Arts in San Francisco. He has held a number of one-man exhibitions, including a highly successful show in 2008. Alongside his work at the Slade, Andy also teaches at the University of Westminster, the Prince's Trust Drawing School, and Canterbury Christ Church University. In 2002 he cofounded the London School of Painting and Drawing, where he works as a tutor and director.
Lucinda Hawksley is the author of more than twenty books, including the biographies Lizzie Siddal: The Tragedy of a Pre-Raphaelite Supermodel (which was chosen as BBC Radio 4's Book of the Week) and Katey: The Life and Loves of Dickens's Artist Daughter. She is a regular lecturer in art history and literature at the Institute of English Studies, London and at the National Portrait Gallery, London. Lucinda is also an award-winning travel writer and a public speaker who has appeared on a number of radio and television programs as an expert on nineteenth-century art and literature.