Eliot Hodgkin


Eliot Hodgkin, ‘Pink and White Turnips’ 1971
Pink and White Turnips 1971
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Eliot Hodgkin (19 June 1905 – 30 May 1987) was an English painter, born at Purley Lodge, Purley-on-Thames, near Pangbourne, Berkshire.

Hodgkin began with oil painting in the late 1920s and in 1937 he started painting in tempera. Many of his best-known works are highly detailed still lifes executed either in tempera or oil. 

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