Waterhouse & Dodd opens a solo exhibition of the British artist David Bomberg’s paintings and drawings

Following the success of two recent shows which presented David Bomberg’s work in the context of his leading role in the Borough group, Waterhouse & Dodd announce a solo exhibition of the British artist’s paintings and drawings this November. The exhibition is particularly interesting because all the works were sourced from one private English collector. They were acquired over a 10 year period, during which time the collector only bought paintings and drawings by Bomberg. He employed an unusual degree of discipline, focusing initially on the angular figurative works Bomberg produced in the aftermath of the First World War. The remit of the collection developed to encompass other phases of the artist’s career, but the central dedication to expressive figuration never wavered. As the collector explains in our catalogue: “I never stopped being captivated by

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