(Idea) The paintings of Dora Carrington.
Fleshy tones from nudes, such as ‘Female figure standing’ (1913).
Inky watery hues from the curtains and drapes of ‘Female figure lying on her back’ (1912).
Carrington often used any and every surface available to paint on – walls, ceilings, doors, furniture.
The traces of the painter, mixing their palette on walls and floors.
The varying hues of reclaimed quarry tiles.