Hugh St Clair writes on art and interiors for national and international magazines and newspapers.
Hugh St Clair frequently reviews books for The Critic magazine.
For ten years he was a columnist, feature writer and critic for The Lady Magazine. He writes features for English Home and House and Garden among other lifestyle publications. His writing has also appeared in, The Art Newspaper, Financial Times, The Sunday Times, The Independent, Telegraph, Guardian, London Magazine and in free in-house and in-flight magazines.
He contributes to Bonham’s Christies Sotheby’s auction catalogues.
He is the author of five books, Millers Guide to Art Collecting, three volumes, Collecting Affordable Art and A Lesson and Art and Life, the Colourful World of Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett Haines, Pimpernel Press.
He is currently working with Cheerio Publishing www.cheeriopublishing.com and www.dialoguescouting.com
to develop a Lesson and Art and Life, the Colourful World of Cedric Morris and Arthur Lett Haines, into a screenplay.
Hugh has trained with the charity The Reader https://www.thereader.org.uk/what-we-do and volunteers at Nazareth House Nursing Home, Hammersmith London selecting and reading poetry and prose for discussion with residents.
House and Garden Magazine …… From her studio in Chelsea, Sarah Graham uses ink to create large-scale drawings of exotic plants and insects.
The Lady Magazine…. Winston Churchill, the artist, and writer ‘the cultivation of a hobby is a policy of first importance to a public man’, said Churchill.
The Lady Magazine Book Review……. Landscapes of Dreams by Julian and Isabel Bannerman. The couple explain the thought process of creating a magical garden for clients including the Prince of Wales.
The Lady Magazine Exhibition Review……. an exhibition at Kettles Yard in Cambridge celebrates the innovative drawings and sculpture of Henri Gaudier Brzeska who died far too young. The Lady Magazine….