Forefront Studies

Forefront: First recorded in 1425–75, forefront is from the late Middle English word forfrount, forefrount. See fore-, front.

Studies: 1250–1300; (noun) Middle English studie < Old French estudie < Latin studium, equivalent to stud(ēre) to be busy with, devote oneself to, concentrate on + -ium -ium; (v.) Middle English studien < Old French estudier < Medieval Latin studiāre, derivative of studium.

The Forefront Studies series of Allan Banford captures the position of greatest importance or prominence of the head throughout deep research of the systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts to reach new visual conclusions, creating a new concept and/or the use of existing ones in a new and creative way so as to generate abstract alternatives, methodologies and understandings.

Catalogue and works available.