Sandra Blow was one of the most important abstract painters in British Modernism, with works exhibited by the Guggenheim, MoMA, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Royal Academy, the Tate, and at the 1958 Venice Biennale.
Born in London, Blow worked in Paris, Rome and Spain, before joining the St. Ives artistic community in the 1950s. Her powerful and often vast canvases explore balance, proportion and colour, frequently utilising nontraditional materials such as cement, sacking, metal and sand. They are filled with a joyful, pioneering freedom, the ceaseless quest of a daring intellect in a dynamic exploration of the possibilities to be found in two dimensions.
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