Object Image

Structure - Ovoid Ground

Alan Reynolds was an artist whose career fell into two halves: the landscape and abstract painter of the 1950’s and 1960’s, and the constructive artist of the last 45 years of his life. The quest for equilibrium was at the centre of Reynolds’ from early on his career when he graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1953. His work, from that time, which earned him early recognition and success, was influenced by the landscape of his native Suffolk and the hop gardens and orchards of his adoptive Kent. From 1968 onwards depiction was firmly set aside in favour of the ‘concrete’ image. For more than 45 years, Alan Reynolds worked entirely as a concrete artist, making tonal modular drawings and c ...
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Oils on prepared Essex board
110.0 x 100.0cm