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Pasmore

Victor. 1908--98, British artist. Originally a figurative painter, he devoted himself to abstract paintings and reliefs after 1947
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Victor Pasmore and Norman Cornish were hired for weekend school tuition.
A I admire Victor Pasmore, who started out as a figurative artist and then went abstract, which is a really difficult transition.
The geometry of them also reminds me of the modernist abstract artists such as Bridget Riley and Victor Pasmore - so you've got this artistic significance and this ethnographic significance.
Detective Chief Inspector Martin Pasmore said: "This is a complex investigation and I believe that more than one person was involved.
On the teaching staff in the 1950s and 60s were pop art pioneer Richard Hamilton and leading British abstract artist Victor Pasmore.
A second Daytona Beach team, the Riddle Racer Blue Team, will be led by pilot Sarah Wendt and co-pilot Abigail Pasmore.
Speaking after yesterday's arrest, Acting Detective Chief Inspector Martin Pasmore, of Essex Police, said: "This is a fast-moving investigation which has already involved a number of police forces and law enforcement agencies from across the United Kingdom and Europe.
He was a student of famed artists Victor Pasmore and Richard Hamilton, from whom he learned the importance of strong, solid construction, poetic content and a concern for the world politics of today.
But lesser lights, fine painters such as Keith Vaughan, Victor Pasmore, and Patrick Heron, are all but forgotten or, conversely, are, like Scott, just on the cusp of being rediscovered, though Scott enjoys a considerable head start.
Henri, born in Birkenhead in 1932, studied Fine Art at King's College, Newcastle under Victor Pasmore and Richard Hamilton.
Researchers have since applied STS theory to many fields: human relations (Cherns, 1976; Emery, 1959; Miller, 1959; Pasmore, Francis, Haldeman, & Shani, 1982; Rice, 1958; Trist, Higgins, Murray, & Pollock, 1963); ergonomics (Clegg, 2000); applied psychology (Cooper & Foster, 1971); engineering design (Griffith & Dougherty, 2001); organizational behavior (Fox, 1995; Pasmore, 1988; Seiler, 1967; Susman & Chase, 1986); information technology (Mumford, 2006); knowledge management (Pan & Scarbrough, 1998); and general management (Cummings, 1978; Woodward, 1958).
Aged merely 13, David commenced his classical studies in Fine Arts under the internationally acclaimed painter Victor Pasmore at Newcastle University and later completed degrees in Art & Drama and in Education.