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Reflections on Gender and Paint in Dorothy Mead’s Transvestite by Abigail Ashford — Borough Road Collection Archive David Bomberg, Tate Gallery, Life Paint, Drawing Projects, Art Uk, Portraits, Figure Painting, Figure Drawing, Life Drawing
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Bomberg, David, 1890–1957

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Self Portrait by David Bomberg 1954 Leon Kossoff, David Bomberg, Pink Crayon, Frank Auerbach, Chalk Pencil, Thing 1, Gold Art, Portraits, Figure Painting

Self Portrait by David Bomberg 1954

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David Bomberg Bomb Store, 1942 Oil paint on paper on canvas 1056 x 649 mm Collection Tate David Bomberg, English Artists, British Artists, Tate St Ives, Frank Auerbach, Tate Gallery, Tate Britain, David Hockney, Art Database
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‘Bomb Store’, David Bomberg, 1942 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Bomb Store’, David Bomberg, 1942 This is one of several studies made during Bomberg’s official commission from the War Artists Advisory Committee to paint underground bomb stores during the Second World War. Inspired by the sight of thousands of bombs stacked in a disused mine, Bomberg created a composition in which acid colours emerge from shadows, suggesting the dangerous potential of such an arsenal. The sense of menace in these works was prescient as, a few years later…

Portrait by Dorothy Mead Collection: A David Bomberg Legacy – The Sarah Rose Collection at London South Bank University, Borough Road Paintings I Love, Your Paintings, Figure Painting, Figure Drawing, David Bomberg, Tate Gallery, Portrait Art, Portraits, Thing 1
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