Tate modern – Victor Pasmore (prints)

 

 

 

Victor Pasmore was perhaps the most influential abstract artist in Britain and become one of the leading abstract painters of our time.

During his long and fertile career Pasmore pursued many different lines of enquiry in his work. He moved from realism to abstraction, from traditional art practices to painted collage and construction. It was through these transformations that he began to change ‘the process of painting’, and the works in this display chart his progress, from the 1920s to the 1990s

(www.victorpasmore.com)

(www.tate.org.uk)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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