John Hoyland, Unmistakable Identity
11 March - 9 April 2009
John Hoyland emerged as Britain’s leading non-figurative artist in the early 1960s, and since then through continuing dedication to his craft and the innovative use of acrylic paint, he has achieved international recognition as a foremost, innovative force in contemporary painting affirming his position at the forefront of international abstraction.
The exhibition consisted of 24 acrylic paintings and gouaches dated from 1964 to 1997 with some key retrospective pieces as well as previously unseen ceramics and Murano glass sculpture.
Fully illustrated catalogue available with a foreword by John Hoyland and an introduction by John McEwen.