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John Bratby  (1928-1992) Kitchen Interior, Carlyle, 1954-55

John Bratby (1928-1992) Kitchen Interior, Carlyle, 1954-55

John Bratby ‘The Toilet’, 1955 © The estate of John Bratby. All Rights Reserved 2010 / Bridgeman Art Library

John Bratby ‘The Toilet’, 1955 © The estate of John Bratby. All Rights Reserved 2010 / Bridgeman Art Library

John Bratby, Still Life with Chip Frier. The still lifes of this London artist were dubbed part of the 'Kitchen Sink School' by art critic David Sylvester in 1954. He was in a group of artist who deliberately created drab often dismal domestic interiors and still life scenes. Their work struck a chord in it's bleakness with the prvailing mood in post-war Britain.

John Bratby, Still Life with Chip Frier. The still lifes of this London artist were dubbed part of the 'Kitchen Sink School' by art critic David Sylvester in 1954. He was in a group of artist who deliberately created drab often dismal domestic interiors and still life scenes. Their work struck a chord in it's bleakness with the prvailing mood in post-war Britain.

John Bratby, R.A. (1928-1992). Lilium Auratum, oil on canvas, 57½ x 16 in. (146.1 x 46.5 cm).

John Bratby, R.A. (1928-1992). Lilium Auratum, oil on canvas, 57½ x 16 in. (146.1 x 46.5 cm).

John Bratby. One of the 'Kitchen Sink' artists, so called for their famous depictions of post war domestic life and interiors.

John Bratby. One of the 'Kitchen Sink' artists, so called for their famous depictions of post war domestic life and interiors.

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