Art in Isolation
In this episode, Philip explores the work of avant-garde artist, Gluck.
Gluck was born to a Jewish family in London, who were connected to Lyons corner shops, at the turn of the 20th century. After attending art school in London as a young artist, Gluck took temporary residence with a group of fellow art students in Cornwall - among them, members of the Newlyn School of painters.
Gluck's progressive confrontation of gender norms and chic appearance turned heads during the early 20th century.
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