Spring Colour Study No.19

1995

Webb, Mary
Mary Webb describes her work as an exploration of what can be done 'with a range of strongly contrasted coloured elements of similar size, arranged instinctively within a restricted format, attempting to make the maximum happen with limited means.' Although the emphasis on the rectilinear and a limited, bold palette call to mind the work of Mondrian or Malevich, there is neverthless a playful element more in tune with the works of Roy Lichtenstein and the British artist, Julian Opie. Tom Heaven
  • Artwork Details: 112 x 112cm
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  • Material description: oil on canvas
  • Credit line: © the artist
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  • Medium: Painting
  • Accession number: ACC7/1997

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