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About the object

During the 1950's, Sandra Blow was one of the pioneering abstract painters who introduced into British art a new expressive informality, using cheap, discarded materials, such as saw dust, sack cloth and plaster alongside the more familiar medium of paint. A tactile, as well as visual emphasis on the surface resulted in powerful and complex paintings. 

Provenance:

The Artist's Estate

Dimensions

Height: 50 1/2 in (128 cm) Width: 50 1/2 in (128 cm)

Stock number

P899