In the 1930s, when she was still in her early twenties, Suzanne Cooper was one of the rising stars of British art. Her work has been overlooked for decades, but following a number of exhibitions in 2018 this forgotten figure of British Modernism is receiving the recognition due to her.
While at the Grosvenor School of Art, Suzanne Cooper and her fellow students would often paint local street scenes. This lively scene depicts Bloomfield Terrace in Pimlico. A pretty street of Victorian houses, it is still remarkable for the striped awnings over the windows and doors.
This is a limited edition giclée print of 750 copies printed on Xpression textured archival paper (300gsm).
Paper size: 60 × 50 cm, image size: 44.5 × 37 cm.
Please note: If you are thinking of framing this print - please wait for the print to arrive before having the frame and mount made as slight variations in sizing can occur.