Public Art, Private Expression
BY Christopher Harrity
July 20 2013 4:00 AM ET
The Bathers, Duncan Grant
Duncan Grant was part of the influential British Bloomsbury Group — an intellectual circle of writers artists and critics, who lived in the Bloomsbury area of London in the early part of the twentieth century. In 1911 Grant painted this work (and another now held in the Tate Collection; Football) for the dining room at Borough Polytechnic in South London (now London South Bank University). Source: Tate.org
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