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This painting presents some form of maze or cage-like garden space, with the foreground foliage dwarfing the paired figures trapped within. They seem isolated, hardly interacting or communicating, and we are placed in the role of observers of a slowly evolving psychological experiment. Born in Lancashire in 1918 Mary Fogg studied at Preston and Manchester Art Schools before the Second World War and, during it, worked as a radiographer.
oil on canvas
83 x 83 cm
presented by the Contemporary Art Society for Wales
Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery
Ffordd Gwynedd, Bangor, Gwynedd LL57 1DT WalesView venue
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