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Piper was already an artist of some standing by the start of World War II, made through his association with the group of avant-garde artists experimenting with abstraction in the 1930s. However, his lifelong interest in architecture found new direction through the commissions he undertook on behalf of the War Artists Advisory Committee and established his reputation as the painter of Britain's architectural heritage.
oil on canvas
61.4 x 51.3 cm
bequeathed by Charles Kearley, through the National Art Collections Fund, 1989
Pallant House Gallery
9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1TJ EnglandView venue
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