Victor Pasmore, ‘Points of Contact C.26’, 1972, Caviar20

Victor Pasmore (1908-1988) was one of the leading figures in British post-war abstraction.

A tireless educator, architect, painter and printmaker Pasmore expanded and promoted many of the ideals of Constructivism and the Bauhaus. Pasmore's practice and ideology was much inspired by Ben Nicholson.

Pasmore represented Britain at the Venice Biennale in 1961 which led to numerous international exhibitions.

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Signature: Signed and numbered by the artist

Publisher: Printed by Kelpra Studio, London

Marlborough Godard, Montreal

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