A Life of their Own: Anne Rothenstein’s Paintings 2023
When Anne Rothenstein paints, something strange happens… Novelist Chloë Ashby writes about her work
The Mysteries of Mortal Existence: 2021
Richard Cork’s essay on Anne Rothenstein’s Spaces In Between exhibition.
The Company She Keeps: 2021
Mary-Kay Wilmers, editor of the London Review of Books writes about Anne Rothenstein’s work and cover designs for the paper.
A few disjointed thoughts on painting: 2019
Anne Rothenstein writes about her process.
Anne Rothenstein: 2017
Novelist Deborah Levy writes ‘…these are paintings that reward a great deal of looking. If their surface is deceptively decorous – mellow colours and sculptural shapes – they are also uncanny, both familiar and strange.’
Anne Rothenstein: 2016
Richard Eyre is reminded of a poem by Elizabeth Bishop: ‘Hoping to live days of greater happiness, I forget that days of lesser happiness are passing by.’
Living with Anne Rothenstein: 2003
The Hollywood scriptwriters David and Janet Peoples explain their admiration of Anne Rothenstein’s work. Their credits include Blade Runner and Unforgiven.
An Essay: 2001
Poet Jehane Markham writes of the ‘luminous and sombre, rich and mysterious’ qualities of the paintings.