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Prunella Clough

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ArtistPrunella Clough (1919-1999)
TitleTrawlnet
Date1946
MediumOil on canvas
ExhibitionLeger; Redfern; Rowland, Browse & Delbanco.
Dimensionsheight: 60.00 cm, width: 37.50 cm
InscriptionBR: Clough
AcquisitionPurchased from Roland, Browse & Delbanco, September 1957
LocationUK, London, Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs, Nobel House, Smith Square
GAC number3896
 

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Prunella Clough

Prunella Clough studied art at Chelsea School of Art where Henry Moore was one of her tutors. After the war she studied at Camberwell College of Art until 1949, and held her first solo exhibition at the Leger Gallery, London in 1947. In the 1950s, aware of the drabness of post-war Britain, her paintings reflected a preoccupation with modern landscape and machinery. In the 1960s, Clough regularly exhibited her increasingly abstract paintings and prints in solo and group shows, notably at the Whitechapel Art Gallery (1960), the Serpentine Gallery (1976) and the Camden Arts Centre (1996). In 1999, the year of her death, Clough was awarded the Jerwood Prize for Painting, an official recognition of a lifetime’s work that was long overdue.