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Austerity, abundance and race in post-war visual culture
David C. Wall

Beaux Arts Gallery. For his part, the painter John Bratby rejected these labels altogether and, stating unequivocally in a BBC interview in 1960, ‘I am not a social realist painter’, he said that he would prefer to call his style ‘neo-realism’. 14 Like much left politics of the period, Berger’s socialism was an interesting (and sometimes contradictory) mixture

in Cultures of decolonisation