Berries and Laurel; Frances Hodgkins; circa 1930; 1982/46/2 on NZ Museums
The fusion of still life with landscape was a distinctive theme in Frances Hodgkins' mature work, deriving from artists such as Picasso and Matisse, and first treated by Hodgkins in the late 1920s. In 1929 an invitation to exhibit with the progressive Seven and Five Society marked recognition by the British avant-garde and Berries and Laurel was first exhibited at the Society in January 1931. France Hodgkins often used a warm, sensuous, Mediterranean palette of reds, oranges and blues, but…
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Past | Dunedin Public Art Gallery
Frances Hodgkins (New Zealand 1869–1947), Still Life, pencil and watercolour on paper, c 1931. Hodgkins had a distinct facility with colour, form and pattern. At times, she so transformed the depiction of the world around her that her paintings hover towards a surrealistic interpretation. Collection Dunedin Public Art Gallery, NZ.