This catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition Luigi Pericle: A Rediscovery, held at the Estorick Collection in 2022.

Luigi Pericle (1916-2001) was a fascinating and singular artist. A Swiss painter of Italian origin, he was also an illustrator, writer and a scholar of esoteric philosophies such as astrology, theosophy and alchemy. During the early 1960s his intense, enigmatic and multilayered imagery was the subject of numerous exhibitions in Britain, where it was greatly admired by important figures such as Herbert Read and Ben Nicholson.

The catalogue includes all the works featured in the exhibition as well as essays from Andrea and Greta Biasca-Caroni, James Hall, Thomas Marks, Martina Mazzotta and Marco Pasi, with introductions from Roberta Cremoncini and Bill Sherman.

Hardback: 208 pages
Publisher: Paul Holberton Publishing (2022)

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