Edward John Burra (29 March 1905 – 22 October 1976) was an English painter, draughtsman, and printmaker, best known for his depictions of the urban underworld, black culture and the Harlem scene of the 1930s.
British group formed by Paul Nash in 1933 to promote modern art, architecture and design
In celebration of the launch of Art Everywhere, we revisit author Elisabeth Robinson's re-imagined story behind Edward Burra's ...
In a dark, dark town there was a dark, dark street
and in the dark, dark street there was a ...
He had six paintings in London’s International Surrealist Exhibition in 1936, but was never formally a surrealist. His work ...
Tate Etc. introduces eleven personal responses to artworks that reflect the changing face of a nation.
In his second visit to the Tate archive, Paul Farley discovers the delights of old vinyl