Sheila Girling painter & Anthony Caro sculptor
Girling first met Caro at the Royal Academy, when the young sculptor accidentally used her drawing board. While he was all about form, she took on the challenge of colour. It was even Girling that first added the shock of bright colour to Caro's industrial sculptures, which changed the face of modern British art forever. Their fantastic collaboration lasted 64 years, with tremendous results.
Annely Juda Fine Art exhibition
This Sheila Girling show at Annely Juda focuses on the works made in the 1990s when the painter was playing with interiors, landscape forms and whimsical creatures. These dynamic planes of colour, where handmade papers and paint meet, are Girling's last series of work and reveal an assured, bold artist at the height of her power.
A British art heroine worth getting to know - don't miss this intimate show at the heart of Mayfair.
|What||Sheila Girling, Annely Juda Fine Art|
|Where||Annely Juda Fine Art, 4th Floor, 23 Dering Street (Off New Bond Street), London, W1S 1AW | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Green Park (underground)|
10 Sep 15 – 24 Oct 15, Monday–Friday 10:00–18:00 Saturday 11:00–17:00
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