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Aunt Gurdi Burning

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Jann Haworth became a leading member of the British Pop Art movement in the 1960s, and almost its only female member, before taking a different turn in her artistic career and forming a group of artists known as the ‘Brotherhood of Ruralists’ with her then-husband, Peter Blake. The ‘Aunt Gurdi’ in the title comes from her father’s sister, Gertrude.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital





oil on canvas mounted on metal screen


H 122 x W 183 cm

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LDCWH: 2010. 268

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Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

369 Fulham Road, London, Greater London SW10 9NH England

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