Artist's description:

A random geometric design using colours left over on the palette from landscape painting/s done at the time, hence the colours are largely dictated by the original colours from the land at that time of year. Based on the colour wheel exercises I was taught at Canterbury Art College in 1979 whereby one works round the primary colours and blends them into their sister colours and complementary ones, these colour studies of mine have departed from that stricture but are still based on the discipline of neighbouring colours and tones being derived from the original ones. It's a bit like painting oneself into a corner.

Materials used:

Oil paint on oil paper.

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Colour Study July 2014 (2014)


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This artwork is sold by Mark Eason from United Kingdom

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