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© Derek Boshier. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: Towner

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Boshier went to the Royal College of Art alongside David Hockney and Allen Jones and was associated with the Pop Art movement. His work was concerned with popular issues of the time such as the space race and the increasing Americanisation of British culture. He adopted a hard-edged, geometric style in his work and often used shaped canvases and alluded to architectural structures and city grid plans.

Works such as these were shown at the seminal exhibition ‘The New Generation’ at the Whitechapel Art Gallery in 1964.






oil on canvas


H 198 x W 303 cm

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EASTG 2241

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