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Graham Sutherland - The Last Romantic?

on BBC Radio 3

1 It is not a question so much of a " tree like a figure " or a " root like a figure" - It Is a question of bringing out the anonymous personality of these things; at the same time they must bear the mould of their ancestry.'
(GRAHAM SUTHERLAND)
Edward Lucie-Smith reflects on Sutherland's approach to nature and man, and re-assesses his contribution to the British tradition and to
European Modernism. With the voice of the artist and contributions from, among others:
MRS GRAHAM SUTHERLAND , DR HUMPHREY SUTHERLAND , MRS VIVIEN INGMAN , LORD CLARK, DR WALTER HUSSEY ,
DANIEL MARCHESSEAU , HENRY MOORE and GIORGIO SOAVI. Music composed by MALCOLM CLARKE Of the Radiophonic Workshop. Producer JUDITH BUMPUS (Graham Sutherland Exhibition is at the Tate Gallery, London, from 19 May)

Contributors

Unknown:
Edward Lucie-Smith
Unknown:
Mrs Graham Sutherland
Unknown:
Dr Humphrey Sutherland
Unknown:
Mrs Vivien Ingman
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Dr Walter Hussey
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Daniel Marchesseau
Unknown:
Henry Moore
Composed By:
Malcolm Clarke
Producer:
Judith Bumpus

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