‘Flatford Mill’, Frances Hodgkins, 1930 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Flatford Mill’, Frances Hodgkins, 1930 on display at Tate Britain. Hodgkins was a New Zealander who came to Europe in 1901. Based mainly in Britain, she also spent time in Paris. She was a member of the Seven & Five Society. In the 1920s, its members developed an art that was both modern and returned to traditional motifs such as landscape and still life. A strong fascination with British landscape and traditions was evident. This is signalled, perhaps, by the fact that…
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