- Foxy and Frankie (1), 1933,
- Ben Nicholson
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- Original: Oil and relief print on paper 15.9 x 14.9 cm © Angela Verren Taunt 2015. All rights reserved, DACS
In 1932, Nicholson travelled to Europe with the sculptor Barbara Hepworth – his future wife. There he met Picasso and Georges Braque, whose paintings made a huge impression on Nicholson. Like Foxy and Frankie (2), 1933 (also available as a Tate custom print) the image uses late cubist devises such as the creation of a flattened pictorial space, continual lines and simple intersecting shapes such as diamonds and triangles.
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