The Manchester-based American sculptor Mitzi Cunliffe’s work epitomised a disappeared
and increasingly alien world of public provision.

‘Root Bodied Forth’, sculpture by Mitzi Solomon Cunliffe, Festival of Britain site, South Bank, Lambeth, London, 1951. (English Heritage / Heritage Images / Getty Images)

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