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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.

 Drawings & works on paper   Prints   


Self-Portrait - Details

Self-Portrait c 1926

Tempera on board
13.5 x 12.75 inches


Private collection

The Sad Dancer - Details

The Sad Dancer 1926

Oil on canvas
25 x 36 inches


Private collection

The Old House - Details

The Old House 1936

Oil on canvas
20 x 24 inches


Private collection

My Mother - Details

My Mother (Margery Williams, in Maine) 1922

Oil on canvas-board
15.75 x 12 inches


Private collection

Yellow Flowers in a Jug - Details

Yellow Flowers in a Jug c 1926

Oil on board
14.5 x 10.5 inches

Grapes - Details

Grapes 1936

Oil on canvas
18 x 23 inches


Private collection

Golden Apples - Details

Golden Apples 1927

Oil on canvas
16 x 12 inches


Private collection

Wine and Biscuits - Details

Wine and Biscuits 1920

Tempera on board
14.5 x 10.25 inches


Private collection