Stuart Sutcliffe's sketch book Hochschule fur Bildende Kunstler, Hamburg, dated October 1961 Eduardo Paolozzi described Stuart in John Willett's 1967 book 'Art In The City' - "He was a very perceptive and sensitive person and restless. There is that sort of marvellously desperate thing about the whole Liverpool business now. I always felt there was a desperate thing about Stuart in his life...I was afraid of it. He had so much energy and was so inventive. The feeling of potential splashed out from him. He had the rich kind of sensibility and arrogance to succeed"

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Stuart Sutcliffe's sketch book
Hochschule fur Bildende Kunstler, Hamburg, dated October 1961 Eduardo Paolozzi described Stuart in John Willett's 1967 book 'Art In The City' - "He was a very perceptive and sensitive person and restless. There is that sort of marvellously desperate thing about the whole Liverpool business now. I always felt there was a desperate thing about Stuart in his life...I was afraid of it. He had so much energy and was so inventive. The feeling of potential splashed out from him. He had the rich kind of sensibility and arrogance to succeed"

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Stuart Sutcliffe's sketch book
Hochschule fur Bildende Kunstler, Hamburg, dated October 1961
the black sketch book with cream spine and cream sticker on the front with wording 'Stuart. Klasse Paollozi. Stuart Notes sir!', with many pages of drawings and writings which he created under the tutorlage of the renowned sculptor Eduardo Paollozi in his master class at the State High School, the drawings, in black ink and black crayon are abstract, intricate and complex designs accompanied by notes and poetry. 22 x 16 cm. (Eduardo Paolozzi described Stuart in John Willett's 1967 book 'Art In The City' - "He was a very perceptive and sensitive person and restless. There is that sort of marvellously desperate thing about the whole Liverpool business now. I always felt there was a desperate thing about Stuart in his life...I was afraid of it. He had so much energy and was so inventive. The feeling of potential splashed out from him. He had the rich kind of sensibility and arrogance to succeed")
Stuart Sutcliffe's sketch book Hochschule fur Bildende Kunstler, Hamburg, dated October 1961 Eduardo Paolozzi described Stuart in John Willett's 1967 book 'Art In The City' - "He was a very perceptive and sensitive person and restless. There is that sort of marvellously desperate thing about the whole Liverpool business now. I always felt there was a desperate thing about Stuart in his life...I was afraid of it. He had so much energy and was so inventive. The feeling of potential splashed out from him. He had the rich kind of sensibility and arrogance to succeed"
Stuart Sutcliffe's sketch book Hochschule fur Bildende Kunstler, Hamburg, dated October 1961 Eduardo Paolozzi described Stuart in John Willett's 1967 book 'Art In The City' - "He was a very perceptive and sensitive person and restless. There is that sort of marvellously desperate thing about the whole Liverpool business now. I always felt there was a desperate thing about Stuart in his life...I was afraid of it. He had so much energy and was so inventive. The feeling of potential splashed out from him. He had the rich kind of sensibility and arrogance to succeed"
Stuart Sutcliffe's sketch book Hochschule fur Bildende Kunstler, Hamburg, dated October 1961 Eduardo Paolozzi described Stuart in John Willett's 1967 book 'Art In The City' - "He was a very perceptive and sensitive person and restless. There is that sort of marvellously desperate thing about the whole Liverpool business now. I always felt there was a desperate thing about Stuart in his life...I was afraid of it. He had so much energy and was so inventive. The feeling of potential splashed out from him. He had the rich kind of sensibility and arrogance to succeed"
Stuart Sutcliffe's sketch book Hochschule fur Bildende Kunstler, Hamburg, dated October 1961 Eduardo Paolozzi described Stuart in John Willett's 1967 book 'Art In The City' - "He was a very perceptive and sensitive person and restless. There is that sort of marvellously desperate thing about the whole Liverpool business now. I always felt there was a desperate thing about Stuart in his life...I was afraid of it. He had so much energy and was so inventive. The feeling of potential splashed out from him. He had the rich kind of sensibility and arrogance to succeed"
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