Victor Pasmore (British 1908 - 1998)

Item Code: P155
Points of Contract no.1, screenprint in colours
  • c.1960s

Victor Pasmore RA (British 1908-1989)

Points of Contact No.1 (Bowness & Lambertini 2) screenprint in blue, brown and black, 1965, signed, numbered 41 of the edition of 50.

Victor Pasmore was a self-taught painter and sculptor. He was initially a representational painter of landscapes, still life and figures but later turned to Cubism. In the late 1940's he developed a friendship with Ben Nicholson and gradually developed and individual abstract painting style. Numerous exhibitions of his work include: in 1954 a solo-exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, in 1965 a retrospective at the Tate Gallery, London. Victor Pasmore is regarded as the pioneer of abstract art in Britain. He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1983.


Image size: Height: 55cm Width: 85cm
Framed size: Height: 86.5cm  Width: 119cm


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