Design for Lilypond Table

Duncan Grant British

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Duncan Grant was the most individually varied of the Bloomsbury painters. In 1911 he emerged into sudden maturity. Around 1914 he evolved a personal blend of influences from Matisse and Cubism that resulted in a group of lyrical, sensuously painted domestic interiors and still lifes such as this one.

Design for Lilypond Table, Duncan Grant (British, Rothiemurchus, Inverness 1885–1978 Aldermaston, Berkshire), Oil with graphite on paper

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