Victor Pasmore

Victor Pasmore, CH, CBE (1908 – 1998) was a British artist and architect. He has a unique place in the history of twentieth century British art, for not only was he one of the most talented figurative painters of his generation, but he also became a leading practitioner and theorist of abstract art in the 1940s and 1950s. His work can be found in many Public Collections around the world including: Tate Britain, Royal Academy of Arts - London, Museum of Modern Art - New York, The British Council...



A hand signed and numbered screenprint, produced in 1990.

Measuring 73.2 x 103.50 

From an edition of 70 printed by Kelpra Studio, London

Published by Marlborough Fine Art, London.

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