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Chelsea Arts Club Centenary Artists

Sandra Blow – Halcyon Days

Size:(H)61 x (W)45 cm (print size)

Medium:Limited Edition Screenprint


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About This Work

Sandra Blow was born in London in 1925. She studied at St. Martin`s (1941-1946) and then the Royal Academy School`s, before leaving for Italy. Alberto Burri introduced Sandra Blow to the potentials of collage and the tensions between textures therein. From her mentor Sandra Blow distilled her own form of reductive abstract expressionism, preoccupied with space, matter and movement. Fuelled also by the Renaissance principles of geometry, light and scale, Sandra Blow set about treating form with its own innate reality and rejecting subject matter in terms of representation.

Blow was elected Royal Academician in 1978 and in 1994 the Royal Academy honoured her achievements with a solo show. Her works are in national collections including the Tate, Vicrtoria & Albert Museum and the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

This print comes from a series of 16 created by artist members of the Chelsea Arts Club for the club’s centenary in 1991..It is from an edition of 100.
Framed in a simple white ash frame.