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Painter of figures, landscapes, still-life and abstracts in oils, constructivist, theoretician and teacher. He attended evening classes at the Central School under A.S. Hartrick 1927-31, and in 1932 joined the LAA which sponsored his first exhibition at the Cooling Gallery 1933, and through which he met Coldstream and Rogers. He exhibited at the LG from 1930, becoming a member in 1934, and at the Objective Abstraction Exhibition, Zwemmer Gallery 1934. In 1937 he was a founder with Coldstream and Rogers of the Euston Road School and in 1940 married Wendy Lloyd Blood.

In the late 1940s he turned to abstraction and in 1950 visited St. Ives and was encouraged by Nicholson. In the early 1950s he was associated with the constructivist group that included Hill, Adams, Heath and Martins....

Linear Development in Two Movements (Brown) - Victor Pasmore

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Linear Development in Two Movements (Brown), 1973

Oil & gravure on board
40 x 40.5 cms
(15.72 x 15.92 in)

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