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Pasmore

(ˈpæsˌmɔː)
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(Biography) Victor. 1908–98, British artist. Originally a figurative painter, he devoted himself to abstract paintings and reliefs after 1947
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The Apollo Pavilion was commissioned by Peterlee Development Corporation and designed by artist Victor Pasmore, who from 1954 to 1961 was Master of Painting in the Fine Art Department at King's College, later Newcastle University.
He was a member of a circle of artists interested in the ideals of constructed abstraction which included Terry Frost, Roger Hilton, Kenneth and Mary Martin and, prominently, Victor Pasmore.
Completed in 1969 and named as a lasting tribute to the Apollo moon landing of the same year, the artwork was the brainchild of the Peterlee Development Corporation and was designed by artist Victor Pasmore.
Since it was built in 1969, Victor Pasmore's Apollo Pavilion in Peterlee, County Durham, has divided opinion.
Pasmore, Woodman, and Simmons (2008) postulate that action research needs to be rigorous, reflective and relevant.
Det Chief Insp Martin Pasmore said: "One suspect was fatally injured.
All the major players are on offer here, from Lucian Freud (Piano Nobile) and Graham Sutherland (Richard Green), to Ivon Hitchens (Alan Wheatley Art) and Victor Pasmore (Austin Desmond Fine Art).
Get Detective Chief Inspector Martin Pasmore said: "Telling a family they have lost a loved one is always extremely difficult and my thoughts are very much with the gentleman's family at this very distressing time.
Many distinguished artists have been associated with Newcastle University, either as students or as teachers, and include Richard Hamilton, Victor Pasmore, Sean Scully and Susan Hiller.
The Apollo Pavilion is a piece of concrete public art designed by Victor Pasmore, one of the artists who has become synonymous with the Hatton Gallery on the Newcastle University campus.
Apollo Pavillion, Peterlee Architect: Victor Pasmore 3.
The show, at Edgbaston's Barber Institute, features works from Josef Albers, Victor Pasmore, Ad Reinhardt and Bridget Riley.