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This style is called "refractionist" and was based on the post impressionist idea of cloisonnism with bold and flat forms separated by dark contours.
The term refers to cloisonné, a specific kind of early European, Chinese and Japanese metalwork. The technique requires that compartments (cloisons) created with metal wires or strips separate areas of pure enamel color. http://arthistory.about.com/od/modernarthistory/a/Cloisonnism-101.htm

Penmaen is in the Gower Peninsula, near Swansea.
This painting is a ‘peeking out’ view from a car, slipping out of a parking area which serves as a place to park and then walk down a rubbly, sole stabbing lane, to either the bays, Three Cliffs or Tor.
The view of the road, double yellowed lined, shows a distant bend. The yellow lines warn off and discourage day trippers and tourists from the temptation of parking here, illegally and dangerously. A temptation which is ripe when the car park is full.

This painting is a "revisit" to a location and painting which has sold previously on Artfinder, "Penmaen Bend".

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oil painting on linen canvas

Penmaen Bend Revisited (2017)

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This artwork is sold by Emma Cownie from United Kingdom

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