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Prunella Clough and John Piper at the Jerwood Gallery

The Jerwood Gallery in Hastings is rapidly becoming one of our favourite places to go.They are on a roll, with super little focussed shows, intelligently making use of their relatively small space to best effect. Prunella Clough’s early work is fascinating; her later work of no interest whatsoever. I don’t know what happened to her. It all looked so promising [Read More…]

Exhibitions of Neglected British Century Painters: Prunella Clough and Gerald Wilde

Published in the British Art Journal, V, 2, Autumn 2004

Exhibitions of Neglected British Century Painters: Prunella Clough and Gerald Wilde

Prunella Clough (1919-2000) and Gerald Wilde (1905-1986) spanned a large chunk of the century. Both were, to say the least, individualists. Clough’s work was so varied, both in subject matter and medium, that it is extremely difficult to reach a reasoned conclusion on her abilities and on her status. Wilde’s work was a little more coherent in style, but not [Read More…]