Prunella Clough
Clough held an interest in still life since Art College and explored the possibilities of printmaking throughout her career; these two practices greatly influenced her later works. Her etchings concentrated on colour, texture, shapes and visual memory, meticulously transforming everyday objects and using the title as a reference point. 'Glassy', produced three years before Clough's death, is an example of this practice, and of her personal abstract language, scrutinizing the surfaces and textures of the modern environment. Steven Burridge
  • Artwork Details: Image, 24.5 x 29cm Paper, 43.5 x 48.5cm
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  • Material description: etching
  • Credit line: © Estate of Prunella Clough 2015. All Rights Reserved DACS
  • Theme: Undefined
  • Medium: Print
  • Accession number: ACC18/1999

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