Eileen Agar: the reluctant surrealist

By a quirk of fate, and museum tastes, the British artist Eileen Agar is still best known for a single sculpture in the Tate collection: a magnetically outlandish male head titled Angel of Anarchy (c1936). Constructed from diamante, osprey feathers, cowrie shells and piratical black satin, it …

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