Eileen Agar at the Royal Pavilion (1937) by Lee Miller. Agar was a British Surrealist painter, and a friend of Penrose’s. The bulge on her abdomen is formed by her camera. When Picasso saw this photograph he remarked how appropriate it was for her to be pregnant with a camera.
Noli me tangere by Graham Sutherland (1961). One of two altarpiece paintings commissioned for Chichester Cathedral. This one, which was chosen, shows Christ with a straw hat, as Mary Magdalene allegedly mistook him for a gardener.
Christ Appearing to Mary Magdalene (Noli me Tangere) by Graham Sutherland (1961). One of two altarpiece paintings commissioned for Chichester Cathedral. This one shows Christ bareheaded, without a gardener's hat.
Henry Moore with his sculpture 'Mother and Child' (1953) by Lee Miller. Roland Penrose bought the sculpture in 1937 and positioned it outside his house in Hampstead where its modern form caused a scandal. Here Moore is positioning the sculpture in its new home at Farley Farm.