'Jacobi ‘reimagine[s] what an artist biography – notably one of a woman artist whose work is largely forgotten – can be … Jacobi treats Rawsthorne’s art with the intellectual seriousness of purpose with which it was conceived. She does not “reduce” Rawsthorne’s art making to self-reflexive illustrations of her life; rather, she addresses the two as richly intertwined'
The Art Newspaper
'Highlights how talented women have often missed out on the recognition they deserved'
'I love this book! Brilliant biography of the…utterly fascinating artist Isabel Rawsthorne'
Jennifer Higgie, editor-in-chief, Frieze