Artist
Eileen Agar (1899‑1991)
Title
The Autobiography of an Embryo
Date 1933-4
MediumOil paint on board
Dimensionssupport: 914 x 2130 mm frame: 1010 x 2225 x 80 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1987
Reference
T05024
Image credit© The estate of Eileen Agar
Eileen Agar, 'The Autobiography of an Embryo, 1933-4
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