John Hoyland e-book
by Mel Gooding and John Hoyland
John Hoyland RA (12 October 1934 – 31 July 2011) was a London-based British artist. He was one of the country's leading abstract painters.
John Hoyland RA (12 October 1934 – 31 July 2011) was a London-based British artist.
Mel Gooding and John Hoyland. Book Description Thames & Hudson 2006 Hardcover, 2006. Published by Thames & Hudson 2006 Hardcover (2006). ISBN 10: 050009330X ISBN 13: 9780500093306. Condition: Near Mint. John Hoyland emerged as Britain?s leading abstract painter in the 1960s, exhibiting with both the influential Situation group in 1960 and ?61 and the brilliant young New Generation artists in 1965. In 1967 he was the subject of a major solo show at the Whitechapel Gallery, and two years later represented the UK, with Anthony Caro, at the 1969 SÆo Paulo Biennale.
Prodigiously creative abstract artist whose ultra-vivid work went to painting's extremes. A painter and printmaker of prodigious creative energy and imagination, John Hoyland, who has died aged 76 of complications following heart surgery in 2008, was widely recognised as one of the greatest abstract artists of his time. From the beginning of his career, he unwaveringly championed the centrality of abstraction to the living history of modernist art. "Non-figurative imagery possessed for me," he wrote, "the potential for the most advanced depth of feeling and meaning.
This spectacularly illustrated monograph by one of our most distinguished writers on art traces the career of the renowned contemporary artist, John Hoyland (1934-). Hoyland emerged as Britain's leading abstract painter in the 1960s, exhibiting with both the influential Situation group in 1960 and '61 and the brilliant young New Generation artists in 1965. Elected to the Royal Academy in 1991, he remains at the forefront of international abstraction.
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