This item british surrealism opened up by jeffrey sherwin paperback 1995 only 1 left in stock sent from and sold by amazon free delivery in the uk details surrealism in britain by michael remy paperback 2399 only 1 left in stock more on the way sent from and sold by amazon. British surrealism in its organized communal form was a short lived and somewhat local phenomenon of the 1930s and 40s limited mostly to groups in the cities of london and birmingham but it had a deep impact on british culture. Groundbreaking exhibit on british surrealism by stuart nolan both artists certainly believed that surrealism opened up endless creative possibilities that could form the basis for an entirely . Works of british surrealism as well as specialising in the purest of the british surrealists banting colquhoun and armstrong liss fine art have for over two decades drawn attention to artists less frequently associated with surrealism work from the interwar years by for instance the zinkeisen sisters harry epworth allen charles mahoney victor wood kenneth rowntree and
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