Gluck

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With the painting’s title, Gluck refers to the Roman mythological goddess of flowers and spring. A symbol of youth, fertility and new life, Gluck’s nude Flora, with her cape of flowers, was painted after the start of the artist's relationship with the florist Constance Spry, and during a period of deep appreciation for the Cornish landscape. Gluck was especially struck by the effect of chameleon-like effect of light upon the sky and landscape in Larmona, Cornwall, elements that can been seen at play in Flora’s Cloak.

Please note that the largest available size option for this print is 80 x 60 cm.
  • Artist Gluck
  • Artwork Flora's Cloak
  • Material FSC Certified paper and wood
  • Credit Original: Oil paint on canvas 66.4 × 41 cm Tate. Purchased with funds provided by the Denise Coates Foundation on the occasion of the 2018 centenary of women gaining the right to vote in Britain 2019© The Gluck Estate. All rights reserved, DACS 2022"
Gluck (1895 – 1978) was a British painter, who rejected any forename or prefix. Born in London, Gluck attended St John's Wood School of Art between 1913 and 1916 before moving to the west Cornwall valley of Lamorna and joining the artists' colony there. Throughout the artist’s career, Gluck became noted for portraits and floral paintings, as well as a new design of picture-frame. By campaigning against the poor quality of oil paints available in the 1950s, Gluck also eventually persuaded the British Standards Institution to create a new standard for oil paints. Gluck’s joint self-portrait with Nesta Obermer, Medallion is viewed as an iconic Queer statement.
  • Product Code S22313
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Delivery & returns

DELIVERY TIMES

We aim to deliver custom prints within 1-2 weeks. For international orders, delivery may take 2-4 weeks.

As each print is handmade to order they take a little longer to prepare. We’ll dispatch your order as soon as it is ready, separately from any other items.

UNFRAMED PRINTS DELIVERY CHARGES

UK — £3.60 per order

Europe — £15.00 per order

Rest of world — £28.00 per order

FRAMED & CANVAS PRINTS DELIVERY CHARGES

UK — £7.50 per print

Europe — £20.00 per print

Rest of world — £50.00 per print

We currently offer free standard delivery on all UK orders over £60. Here’s more information on delivery.

REFUNDS & RETURNS

As custom prints are made to order, unfortunately we cannot accept returns if you have changed your mind or made a mistake.

If we have made a mistake, or there is a problem with your order, then please contact our customer service team at at shop@tate.org.uk.

Here’s more information on refunds & returns.