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Forms in a Landscape

Ben Nicholson (Denham 1894 - London 1982)


Forms in a Landscape

Lot-No. 178

Proceeds : 400 €


Etching, 20 x 22 cm, lo. middle embossed 'Ben Nicholson 66', lo. ri. embossed 'Kestner-Gesellschaft', lo. le. num. 108/300, unframed. - English painter, graphic artist, sculptor a. object artist. Ntudied in 1911 at the Slade School in London a. travelled extensively thereafter. He joined the artist's groups 'Seven and Five' a. 'Unit One' a. was member of 'Abstraction-Création' until 1937. After 1932 he met P. Mondrian a. N. Gabo in London. In 1939 he moved to St. Ives in Cornwall where he and his wife B. Hepworth became prominent figures of the locals artis's group. After some years in Switzerland he returned to England in 1971. Refining the artistical principles of Mondrian N.'s work consist of austere lines a. base colours. As early as 1955 he was honoured with a retrospective in the Tate Gallery, he also exhibited repeatedly at the Documenta a. at the Venice Biennale.

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Ben Nicholson: Forms in a Landscape


Ben Nicholson (Denham 1894 - London 1982)

Forms in a Landscape

Lot-No. 178

Proceeds : 400 €

Print

Etching, 20 x 22 cm, lo. middle embossed 'Ben Nicholson 66', lo. ri. embossed 'Kestner-Gesellschaft', lo. le. num. 108/300, unframed. - English painter, graphic artist, sculptor a. object artist. Ntudied in 1911 at the Slade School in London a. travelled extensively thereafter. He joined the artist's groups 'Seven and Five' a. 'Unit One' a. was member of 'Abstraction-Création' until 1937. After 1932 he met P. Mondrian a. N. Gabo in London. In 1939 he moved to St. Ives in Cornwall where he and his wife B. Hepworth became prominent figures of the locals artis's group. After some years in Switzerland he returned to England in 1971. Refining the artistical principles of Mondrian N.'s work consist of austere lines a. base colours. As early as 1955 he was honoured with a retrospective in the Tate Gallery, he also exhibited repeatedly at the Documenta a. at the Venice Biennale.

Forms in a Landscape