Blue Painting with Discs: September 1962
Inspired by Braques, Patrick Heron’s early paintings up until the mid 50’s, were based in figuration, his compositions reflecting interiors, figures and views through his studio window redolent of Matisse. Post mid-1950’s Heron embraced Abstract Expressionism creating a series of paintings to include Blue Painting with Discs: September 1962. This abstract painting is a beautiful celebration of colour and balance, a theme that became core to his work reflecting the beauty of the natural world around him. A limited edition print of 100, each individually numbered.
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Size: 60 x 80cm
- Patrick Heron (1920-1999), British painter, exhibited internationally and is represented in public and private collections worldwide. When one thinks of colour field painting, one calls to mind the stunning paintings that Heron is so famous for. His paintings of intensely rich colour field and suspended imagery, distinct to him and inspired by nature, have a quality of perfect pitch. It is hard to look and not to feel at one with the beauty that he extracted from the world around us.