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Meredith Frampton, "Portrait of a Young Woman" (1935) (Tate Modern, 12 July

Meredith Frampton, "Portrait of a Young Woman" (1935) (Tate Modern, 12 July 2014) This work relates to the tradition of full-length portraits of women, however, it is executed with a clarity & precision that give it an unmistakably modern feeling. Frampton said that he made this painting as 'a relaxation from commissions, and to celebrate an assembly of objects... beautiful in their own right'. The sitter was Margaret Austin-Jones, then aged 23.Lindsey Weaver

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