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© The Estate of George Fullard. Purchased, 1985. Museums Sheffield
Striding Mother and Child
Artist: George Fullard , British, 1923 - 1973
Vendor: Unknown
Material and Medium: pencil on paper
Dimensions: Frame: 760 x 575 x 30mm Sight size: 705 x 515mm Image size: 555 x 375mm
Department: Visual Art
Accession Number: VIS.5389
In the 1950s George Fullard was exploring similar themes and shared artistic and political influences with other British Realist artists, such as the Kitchen Sink painters. While the Kitchen Sink works reflected the mundane domestic environments and issues affecting working British people, Fullard as a sculptor, was more interested in observing and modelling the people and street life he saw around him. Fullard made many works about childhood and frequently incorporated the theme of the Mother and Child.
Display Location: In Store
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