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The Nineteen-Eighties

© the artist's estate. Image credit: Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge

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'Europe XVII': one of 25 in the 'Europe' series, which was painted between 1973–1986. The series depicts social and political scenes and events in recent European history and explores relationships between the inhabitants and the landscape.

Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge

Cambridge

Title

The Nineteen-Eighties

Date

1979

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 105 x W 155 cm

Accession number

6

Acquisition method

on loan from the artist's estate

Work type

Painting

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Department of Sociology, University of Cambridge

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