|Approach||Abstract - responding to the textures and dynamics of the natural world|
|Description||Blow's work was influenced by early American Abstract Expressionism, the Cornish landscape and teaching at the RCA the year Hockney, Kitaj and Boshier were there.|
|Location Current Site||Royal College of Art|
|Measurements Dimensions||165 x 120 mm|
|Material||pencil, pen, oil, watercolour and sand on paper|
|Biography||1961-75: Taught at Royal College of Art, Painting School
Elected Associate of the Royal Academy.
Elected Royal Academician.
Appointed Honorary Fellow, Royal College of Art.
|Biographic Notes||Details from: Sandra Blow: Space and Matter 1958-2001, essay by Mel Gooding, Tate Trustees 2001|
|Education||Studied at St Martin's School of Art, London
Studied at The Royal Academy Schools, London
Studied at L'Accademia di Bell Art, Rome.
|Institution||Royal College of Art|
|Rights Owner||Royal College of Art|
|Rights Status||The RCA has made every effort to trace the copyright owner of this work, but without success. Any persons or organizations having a valid claim to ownership of the relevant copyright should contact the RCA immediately, with a view to any omissions being|
|Technique||juxtaposition of different surfaces - grainy and smooth. High impasto on paper|