Victor Pasmore


Victor Pasmore, ‘Abstract in White, Green, Black, Blue, Red, Grey and Pink’ c.1963
Abstract in White, Green, Black, Blue, Red, Grey and Pink c.1963
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Edwin John Victor Pasmore, CH, CBE (3 December 1908 – 23 January 1998) was a British artist and architect. He pioneered the development of abstract art in Britain in the 1940s and 1950s.

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Artist as subject

Film and audio

  • Late At Tate: Chris Stevens

    Chris Stephens, curator of modern British art and head of displays at Tate Britain will be discussing the aesthetics of ...


  • Art Term

    Objective abstraction

    The term objective abstraction refers to a non-geometric style of abstract art developed by a group of British artists in ...
  • Art Term


    Constructionism was an extension of constructivism in Britain from about 1950, with artists using naturally occurring proportional systems and rhythms ...
  • Art Term

    Euston Road School

    The Euston Road School was a British realist group formed in 1938 of artists who either taught or studied at ...
  • Tate Etc

    Victor Pasmore's Black Abstract

    Gabriel Kuri

    Tate Etc. at Tate Britain / Artists' Perspectives
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    Through Pasmore's eyes: Behind the curtain

    Paul Bailey

    In his first visit to the Tate archive, the writer Paul Bailey is surprised to find an early painted sketch ...

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