Indian Bed with Nude and Pushka
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Anthony Fry (b. 1927)
“Indian Bed with Nude and Pushka”, an oil and dry pigment painting on piezo pigment base, is a great example of Fry’s mature style and is a wonderfully representative painting.
Anthony Fry has been described as poet of color. The artist and descendant of the Bloomsbury critic Roger Fry, is inspired by the ethereal landscapes of the desert, the nude in all its forms and enclosed, cloister-like interiors.
Anthony Fry was born in 1927. He attended the Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts and has taught at the Bath Academy of Art. He had his first one-man exhibition at St. George’s Gallery, London in 1955. His work is included in public collections of the Tate Gallery, the Contemporary Art Society, the Arts Council of Great Britain, and the Saatchi Collection, among others.
- circa 1990
- Oil and dry pigment on piezo pigment base laid down on board
- United Kingdom
Height 35 inches
Width 46 inches