Prunella Clough 1919-1999
One of the subtlest and most poetic British artists of the last half century, Prunella Clough's sophisticated works combine the organic with the geometric, the soft with the hard, the spontaneous with the structured and the tender with the robust.
Beginning as a representational painter of industrial subjects Clough moved to more poetic abstractions inspired by her sensory impressions of the world around her.
Masterpieces of Twentieth-Century British Art25 Mar - 25 May 2021Michael Andrews Colony Room Mural is an icon of British cultural history by one of the most important British artists of the twentieth century. Painted on canvas, this picture was...
Special Fundraising Sale for the National Health Service29 Mar - 29 May 2020Unfortunately, NHS Hospital staff, on the front line in the treatment of patients with Covid-19, are still working without the proper PPE (personal protective equipment), and there remains a shortage...
Twentieth Century British Art 20126 - 21 Dec 2012Artists whose work is presented include: Frank Auerbach Tony Bevan John Bratby Edward Burra Jake & Dinos Chapman Geoffrey Clarke Prunella Clough John Davies Eric Gill David Hockney Gary Hume...
Mundane MonumentalThe Everyday in Modern British Sculpture 10 Feb - 5 Mar 2011Highlights include: A major wall piece by The Boyle Family, Study for the Fire Series with Blackened Sandstone (1989). This work is at once the most elaborate, meticulous and monumental...
Twentieth Century British Paintings and Drawings1 Aug - 27 Sep 2002
Museum QualityThe Colony Room Mural and Other Important Modern British Works from James Hyman Gallery 2009 Hardback, 48 pages
Publisher: James Hyman Gallery
Dimensions: 29.5 x 25 cms
The Battle for RealismFigurative Art in Britain during the Cold War 1945 - 60 James Hyman, 2001 Hardback, 272 pages
Dimensions: 28 x 23 cms