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Pamela Bianco

The career of Pamela Bianco (1906-1994) spanned eight decades, encompassing her beginnings as a precocious child artist in Europe, through to her years in England and her subsequent move to the United States, where she developed into an American Modernist painter and printmaker who continued to exhibit into the 1970s. Her artistic friendships ranged from Ben Nicholson to Joseph Cornell, and a decade after she died in New York, England & Co held a retrospective exhibition of works from her estate in December 2005. Bianco's Self-Portrait, featured here, is included in True to Life: British Realist Painting in the 1920s and 1930s at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art (Modern 2), Edinburgh, until 29 October 2017.

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Drawings & works on paper



Portrait of Ben Nicholson - Details


Portrait of Ben Nicholson 1919
5.75 x 5 inches
Ink on paper

Private collection



Welsh Landscape (Harlech) - Details


Welsh Landscape (Harlech) 1920
9.25 x 10 inches
Ink on paper

Private collection



Summer Landscape - Details


Summer Landscape 1921
8.25 x 10.5 inches
Pencil and varnish on paper laid on card

Summer Porch - Details


Summer Porch c 1924
11 x 11 inches
Watercolour on paper

Private collection



Illustration for The Little Wooden Doll - Details


Illustration for The Little Wooden Doll 1925
4.25 x 6.25 inches
Watercolour on paper

Illustration for The Little Wooden Doll - Details


Illustration for The Little Wooden Doll 1925
4 x 5.75 inches
Watercolour on paper

Tiddles Winking - Details


Tiddles Winking c 1920
7 x 9 inches
Ink on paper

Private collection



La Primavera di Topicelli - Details


La Primavera di Topicelli c 1919
11 x 8.5 inches
Ink on paper

Private collection



In the Garden - Details


In the Garden c 1916
3 x 2 inches
Ink on paper

Two Girls Playing with a Rabbit - Details


Two Girls Playing with a Rabbit c 1916
2.75 x 2.25 inches
Ink on paper

Five Girls in Flowered Dresses - Details


Five Girls in Flowered Dresses c 1914
2.25 x 4 inches
Ink on paper