March 23rd. to April 28th. 2019
Thursday to Sunday 12 – 6 PM.
Preview, Friday 22nd March, 5 – 8 PM.
Though she kept a low profile, Prunella Clough (1919–1999) was one of the most important painters working in Britain in the second half of the twentieth century.
Initially known for neo-romantic landscapes and social-realist depictions of industry, Clough achieved a breakthrough around 1960, inaugurating four decades of enigmatic, unpredictable and allusive post-modern abstraction.
42 Carlton Place will show around twenty works, dates spanning the ‘60s through the ‘90s.
Untitled, undated, mixed media 10.2×8.7
(Image courtesy Sayer collection/Anna Bondarenko/Mayya Lukyanenko.)
Study, 1985, oil on canvas, 64 x 76.5 cm. Private collection.
By the Seaside I, 1999, oil on canvas, 72 x 81.5 cm.
Sweet Jar, 1992, oil on canvas, 41 x 36 cm.
(Right) Wasteland, 1979, oil on canvas, 183 x 167 cm.
After Boullée, 1982, pastel on paper 63 x 61.5 cm.