Dorothy Mead's Letter to William Coldstream / by Theresa Kneppers

"Perspective is completly alien to me in my work as a painter" - Dorothy Mead

Dorothy Mead studied at the Slade School of Art from 1956 to 1959, winning awards including the Steer Medal. Mead left the Slade without a diploma after she declined to sit an exam on perspective. You can read her full letter to Sir William Coldstream below.

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