Tate, Ben Nicholson- Still Life 1945 Framed Print, 82 x 62cm
Nicholson uses colour contrasts to help define the individual shapes of the densely-grouped still life objects, within this very abstract creation.
Born in Denham, Buckinghamshire Ben Nicholson studied at the Slade School of Art from 1910 to 1911. Nicholson's earliest paintings were still lifes, influenced by those of his father. In the 1920s he began painting figurative and abstract works, inspired by Post Impressionism and Cubism. He produced his first geometric and abstract reliefs in 1933.In 1952 Nicholson won first prize at the Carnegie International, Pittsburgh. He was awarded the first Guggenheim International painting prize in 1956, and the international prize for painting at the Sao Paulo Bienal in 1957.
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- Ben Nicholson
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