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Lilian Lijn: the importance of drawing to her practice

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    Art - sculpture

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  • Interviewees

    Lijn, Liliane (speaker, female)

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    Gooding, Mel (speaker, male)

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    Lilian Lijn talks about the importance of drawing to her practice, particularly to her 'She' series (Feathered Lady, Heshe, the Queen of Hearts Queen of Diamonds)

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    This is a short extract from a life story oral history interview recorded for the National Life Stories project 'Artists' Lives'and published on the CD 'The sculptor speaks : extracts from recordings with post-war British sculptors' (British Library and the Henry Moore Institute, 2001).

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