- Vibrant, colourful artist's print from a leading member of the St Ives School
- Signed and dated bottom right
- Edition of 75
- Sheet: H29.5cm x W40cm
- Framed dimensions: H50cm x W60cm
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Wilhelmina Barns-Graham (1912-2004)
One of the leading British abstract artists of the 20th Century, 'Willie' Barns-Graham was born in Scotland but moved to Cornwall in the 1940s. Joining an illustrious artistic community whose members included Ben Nicholson and Barbara Hepworth, she became known for her sinuous, poetic compositions which combined flowing lines with solid forms. Her later work is notable for its free flowing brushwork and joyous use of colour, creating a sense of lightness and simplicity that can only be achieved by a master of her art.
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