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Yellow House Waterfall Wood

This 30" x 22" Watercolour has been in the collection of

Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery,since February 1976

Featured in first and second edition of Dictionary of British Art volume V1,20th century Painters and Sculptors, 1990-Present by Frances Spalding

and Judith Collins, the Curator in the Modern Collection at the Tate Gallery.

Also in Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945 by David Buckman 1998

 

 

 

Detail of Still Life oil on canvas 14"x 18"

 

 

Painted at the age of 17 at The Loughborough College of Art 1950s

An epiphany (from the ancient Greek ἐπιφάνεια, epiphaneia, "manifestation, striking appearance") is an experience of sudden and striking realization.

 

In the “Philebus of Plato” (originally titled "Plato's Examination of Pleasure") Socrates says:

 

“I will try to speak of the beauty of shapes, and I do not mean, as most people would suppose, the shapes of living figures, or their imitations in painting, but I mean straight lines and curves and the shapes made from them, by the lathe ruler or square. They are not beautiful for a particular reason or purpose, as other things are, but are eternally, and by their very nature, beautiful, and give a pleasure of their own quite free of the itch of their desire; and in their way colours can give a similar pleasure."

Painted in my 80s Oil on wooden panel 20"x 24" Title "Tools of Philosphy"

All Paintings Sold

Prints are Available

 

(For sale Acrylic on wood 36"x28" $8,000)

 

From Surreal Landscapes

To Surreal Abstracts

 

 

Waterfall Wood 30"x22" 1969

sold 1973

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Featured in first and second edition of Dictionary of British Art volume V1,20th century Painters and Sculptors, 1990-Present by Frances Spalding

and Judith Collins, the Curator in the Modern Collection at the Tate Gallery.

Also in Dictionary of Artists in Britain since 1945 by David Buckman 1998