3 edition of Prunella Clough. found in the catalog.
Published to accompany an exhibition launched at The University of Essex Gallery, Colchester, 7 October - 6 November 1999, and then toured by National Touring Exhibitions from the Hayward Gallery, London, for the Arts Council of England.
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Prunella Clough Tate Britain London March 27 to August 27 Possibly every painter--no matter what their stylistic tendency--is aware of the dual processes of risk and technical consolidation. One is necessary for the work to gain its specificity, its 'liveliness' if you like; while the . Prunella Clough (11 November – 26 December ) was a prominent British artist. She is known mostly for her paintings, though she also made prints and created assemblages of collected objects.
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This book celebrates her outstanding contribution to British art providing, for the first time, a comprehensive overview of Clough's entire career. This is the first major publication to span Clough’s entire career. With an introduction by Ben Tufnell and an essay by Margaret Garlake, the book also features key texts by the artist, extracts from interviews, a seminal essay by the important British artist and author Patrick Heron, and an extensive bibliography.
ISBN: Artist(s): Prunella Clough Author(s): Judith Collins Format: paperback Year published: Publisher: Camden Arts Centre Publisher. PRUNELLA CLOUGH Ben Tufnell ed. Tate Publishing, Softcover pages Fully illustrated, colour ISBN: Prunella Clough Photograph album [s–s] Front cover.
Created by Prunella Clough – Date The volume appears to have been used as a newspaper cuttings book at an earlier date and at the back are several cuttings which have been pasted to the page and partially scraped off to allow the book to be used again.
John Banting. Books & Catalogues. Prunella Clough VIEW BIOGRAPHY CLOSE BIOGRAPHY. Painter of landscapes and industrial subjects in oils. She trained at Chelsea School of Art and from worked in clerical and draughtsman’s jobs.
Between and she painted in London and East Anglia and in she had her first solo exhibition at the. Prunella Clough (British –) Prunella Clough, English painter, draughtsman and printmaker. She attended the Chelsea School of Art in London (–9), when her studies were interrupted by World War II, she became an engineer’s draughtsman and mapper (–45).
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Prunella Clough turned her back on the affluent drawing rooms of her upbringing to paint cooling towers, broken fences and industrial wastelands. Her work was a flight from the polite, typically.
Prunella Clough regions unmapped by Francis Spalding (6) and made relevant notes and comments. I enjoyed reading this book because many of the subjects that inspired Prunella Clough at the beginning of her painting career and journey are.
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Prunella Clough () was one of the best and most original artists whose paintings and graphic work are unique in British art for the way in which they penetrate beyond the surface topography This book explores the relationship between Clough's early and late work, examining the interesting connections which emerge.
Prunella Clough (), whose work is the subject of a small but intriguing exhibition at Tate Britain, was fond of quoting Edouard Manet’s remark about the difficulty of painting: “it is like throwing oneself into the sea to learn to swim.”Clough might be described as a minor English latecomer to the tradition that Manet himself founded, in response to the poet Charles Baudelaire’s.
Prunella Clough and the art of 'saying a small thing edgily' The marvellously inventive painter believed art could be made out of the ordinary, and paid attention to aspects of urban and. Prunella Clough was a modest and self-effacing artist who nevertheless produced some of the most consistently original and innovative British art of the second half of the 20th : Andrew Lambirth.
Clough studied painting at Chelsea School of Art and Camberwell School of Art, holding her first solo exhibition at the Leger Gallery, London, in In the war years and after, she was closely linked with representatives of *Neo-Romanticism such as Robert *Colquhoun, Keith *Vaughan, and John *Minton.
As the Prunella Clough exhibition at Tate testified, Clough () was one of the best and most original artists to emerge in the second half of the 20th century. This book celebrates her outstanding contribution to British art, providing, for the first time, a comprehensive overview of Prunella Clough's entire : Prunella Clough () turned her back on the picturesque scenery normally favoured by artists.
Instead, she spent her long and varied career exploring the overlooked urban wastelands and industrial fringes of Britain’s ports and cities with an enduring curiosity in seeing the everyday anew and revealing the poetry in the prosaic.The Director and Trustees of Abbot Hall Art Gallery request the pleasure of your company at the Exhibition Preview of new work by Maria Chevska and pottery by Edward Hughes on Monday 19th April Addressed in ink to Prunella Clough.
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