Throughout the 1930s, Paule Vézelay lived in Paris was a member of the Parisian avant garde, gaining recognition for her abstract works. At the onset of the Second World War she moved back to London. It was through London art community rather than the Parisian one that she came to collaborate on the Ascher Squares project. She would also design a series of textiles. Throughout the course of her career she moved her style evolved from figuration to surrealism and abstraction.
90cm x 90cm