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Wilhelmina Barns-Graham: Evolution

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On cursory viewing, Barns-Graham appears to have kept altering her style from representational to hard edge abstract to representational. This variability is likely to have made her appear as contrary, reflecting a painter who did not know what she was doing or where she wanted to go. This exhibition reframes this perspective, identifying the links that reveal her as and ever-investigative painter who remained true to her artistic principles and who was constantly evolving a personal visual language. The exhibition was held at Sherborne House from 3 November to 16 December 2007.

Essay by Geoffrey Bertram

Soft cover | Dimensions: 200 x 200 mm | 36 pages | Illustrations: 21 colour and 4 black & white

Published by Sherborne Arts 2007