Catherine Ingram is a freelance art historian. She obtained a First Class Honours degree at Glasgow University, where she was a Honeyman scholar. After an MA in 19th-century art at the Courtauld Institute of Art, Catherine became a graduate scholar at Trinity College, Oxford. After finishing her D.Phil, she was made a Prize Fellow at Magdalen College, Oxford. Catherine has taught on the MA course at Christie's and lectured at Imperial College, teaching art history to undergraduate scientists. She has also run courses at the Tate Gallery and was a personal assistant at South London Gallery. She lives with her family in London.
George Roddam has taught art history at universities in the United Kingdom and the United States. He lives in southeast England with his wife and two sons.
Slawa Harasymowicz is a Polish artist currently based in London. Her projects include 'Wolf Man', a solo exhibition at The Freud Museum, London (2012), following the publication of the graphic novel Sigmund Freud's Wolf Man and a forthcoming solo exhibition at The Ethnographic Museum, Krakow (May–June 2014). Harasymowicz was a winner of the Arts Foundation Fellowship (2008) and Victoria and Albert Museum Illustration Award (2009), and a member of the V&A Award's jury in 2010.
|Kiadó||Laurence King Publishing|
|Múzeumi kollekciók||Magyar Nemzeti Galéria|
|Oldalszám és illusztrációk||80 pages with colour illustrations|
|Szerző||George Roddam (Author), Slawa Harasymowicz (Illustrator)|