Nina Murdoch (artist)
Nina Murdoch (born 1970) is a British painter, winner of the first Threadneedle Prize in 2008.
She paints on large canvases using egg tempera on gesso, with a subject matter normally drawn from visits to the streets of South London. Each painting can be made of up to 100 layers of medium, added then scraped back, which restricts her output to between 8 and 10 paintings per year.
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