Available online are key items which reflect the working methods and career of Prunella Clough. These include photographs used as source material and notebooks in which Clough recorded scenes and impressions which she drew on in her artwork. There are also some photographs of Clough at different ages and early illustrated letters to her father, Eric Clough-Taylor. Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.
Details of the remainder of the collection can be found on the Archive catalogue.
- Collection Owner
- Prunella Clough 1919–1999
- Tate Archive
- Presented to Tate Archive by Anne Robin Banks, October 2004.
- TGA 200511
196 objects in this collection
The archives of Prunella Clough
Notebooks and writings
Artworks and artist's materials
- Photographs of Prunella Clough
- This sub-series contains photographs of Clough at different ages. Many of them show her as a young child at Southwold, Hammer, 'Bucklebury', and Petersfield. There are also photographs of Clough as a young woman and adult, one file showing her at work in her studio at 65 Moore Park Road.
- TGA 200511/4/1