Afteryears: Reflections on British Art 1946-52

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Portrait of a Girl, 1948

12 August - 13 September 2014

An exhibition of post-war British art held by the Arts Council Collection will be shown at the Gallery at Norwich University of the Arts this summer. Afteryears: Reflections on British Art 1946-52 will look back at the art created in the years immediately after the war, displaying some of the earliest works of art collected by the Arts Council. The show will include work by some of the most significant artists of the period including Barbara Hepworth, Patrick Heron, Eduardo Paolozzi and Victor Pasmore, as well as revealing the forgotten contributions of younger and less familiar names.

William Scott's lithograph Portrait of a Girl, 1948 is one of the works selected.

Opening hours
Tuesday – Saturday: 12.00 – 5.00pm, closed on Sunday and Monday.

Admission: Free.

The Gallery at NUA
St George’s Street
Norwich
NR3 1BB

Tel: +44 (0)1603 886385
E-mail: gallery@nua.ac.uk

www.nua.ac.uk