Prunella Clough: A Centenary Celebration
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Looking at the development of Clough’s art within the trajectory of her life, Frances Spalding explores the key themes and inspirations that informed the artist’s work.
Frances Spalding is an art historian, critic and biographer. She read art history at the University of Nottingham and began writing pieces for the TLS, The Burlington Magazine and art journals while still a post-graduate. She has a specialist interest in 20th century British art and first established her reputation with Roger Fry: Art and Life. She went on to write lives of the artists Vanessa Bell, John Minton, Duncan Grant, Gwen Raverat and John and Myfanwy Piper, as well as a biography of the poet Stevie Smith