Laura Freeman Laura Freeman

Rich and strange: Eileen Agar at Whitechapel Gallery reviewed

The overlooked surrealist's exuberance bursts forth in drawing and collage, painting and curious assemblage

Rich and strange: ‘Erotic Landscape’, 1942, by Eileen Agar. © Estate of Eileen Agar/Bridgeman Images Photograph courtesy Pallant House Gallery, Chichester © Doug Atfield

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