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Ceri Richards

Ceri Richards  

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(b Dunvant, nr. Swansea, 6 June 1903; d London, 9 Nov. 1971).British painter, printmaker, designer, and maker of reliefs, born into a Welsh-speaking family. From 1924 he spent most of his life in ...
Graham Bell

Graham Bell  

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(b nr. Brakpan, Johannesburg, 21 Nov. 1910; d nr. Newark-on-Trent, 9 Aug. 1943).British painter and art critic, born in South Africa. He moved to England in 1931 and became a pupil of Duncan Grant. ...
Ivon Hitchens

Ivon Hitchens  

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(b London, 3 Mar. 1893; d Lavington Common, nr. Petworth, Sussex, 29 Aug. 1979).British painter, mainly of landscapes. He created a highly distinctive style, on the borderline between abstraction ...
Objective Abstraction

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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms (2 ed.)

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2010
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Art & Architecture
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A term used to describe the work of various British artists in the 1930s, including William Coldstream, Ivon Hitchens, Victor Pasmore...

Rodrigo Moynihan

Rodrigo Moynihan  

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(b Santa Cruz, Tenerife, 17 Oct. 1910; d London, 6 Nov. 1990).British painter, born in the Canary Islands to an Irish father (a fruit broker) and a Spanish mother. ...
Victor Pasmore

Victor Pasmore  

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(1908–1998)British painter. He became a CH in 1981.On leaving Harrow School, Pasmore worked as a clerk for the London County Council while attending evening classes at the Central School of Art. His ...

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