Wilhelmina Barns-Graham

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham (1912-2004) was one of the foremost painters working in St Ives after moving there in 1940. Her paintings, alongside those of her contemporaries that comprise the St Ives school, contributed greatly to the development of Modernist British painting in the mid to late twentieth century. Since 1960 she divided her time between her homes in St Ives and St Andrews, affirming herself as much a Scottish as Cornish artist. She was completely dedicated to her art, with a drive and energy that sustained her for over sixty years of her professional life. Her paintings can be found in public collections throughout the UK and many private collectors consider her to be one of the foremost abstract artists in the UK.

Orange and Lemon Playing Games II (1999) (SOLD)

Orange and Lemon Playing Games II (1999) (SOLD)