George Clausen

George Clausen achieved considerable success in his lifetime as an artist – he was elected to the Royal Academy in 1908 and knighted in 1927 – but his relationship to the Camden Town Group is fairly tangential. He was a founder member of the New English Art Club in 1886, and he helped to bring to Britain a version of French impressionism with paintings focusing on rural life and a rather romanticized view of everyday work.

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Landscape

George Clausen

£28,000
Landscape, 1920

George Clausen

£28,000