d5184494l.jpg 340×251 pixels - Roger Hilton | Pinterest - Rotsmeertjes, Zwembaden en Stenen

d5184494l.jpg 340×251 pixels - Roger Hilton | Pinterest - Rotsmeertjes, Zwembaden en Stenen

Keith Tyson - Positive Streamer - www.keithtyson.com

Keith Tyson - Positive Streamer - www.keithtyson.com

Robyn Denny   Place 3 1959   Oil on canvas   72 x 84 inches [182.9 x 213.4 cm]

Robyn Denny Place 3 1959 Oil on canvas 72 x 84 inches [182.9 x 213.4 cm]

Roy Oxlade - Google Search

Roy Oxlade - Google Search

roy oxlade - Google Search

roy oxlade - Google Search

Bird Wind (1955) by Peter Lanyon, San Francisco Museum of Art. Painted four years before Lanyon began gliding, one of Lanyon's first works to represent flight. It portrays a stall turn, in which a bird (or plane) climbs until its flight velocity drops to the point where it almost stalls. It then turns, falls and gathers speed until it is flying again and back in control. Lanyon to Patrick Heron: "just completed a flying orgasm".

Bird Wind (1955) by Peter Lanyon, San Francisco Museum of Art. Painted four years before Lanyon began gliding, one of Lanyon's first works to represent flight. It portrays a stall turn, in which a bird (or plane) climbs until its flight velocity drops to the point where it almost stalls. It then turns, falls and gathers speed until it is flying again and back in control. Lanyon to Patrick Heron: "just completed a flying orgasm".

Roy Oxlade - Google Search

Roy Oxlade - Google Search

Andreas Eriksson

Andreas Eriksson

ROGER HILTON - Waterhouse & Dodd

ROGER HILTON - Waterhouse & Dodd

Vertical Tree Forms by John Keith Vaughan Date painted: 1956 Oil on canvas, 91.5 x 71 cm Collection: Leicester Arts and Museums Service An interlocking composition of semi-abstract shapes with an organic feel. Vaughan explores the construction of tree forms in this cool toned painting which crosses over from literal experience, reconfiguring external appearances to produce a highly individual work.

Vertical Tree Forms by John Keith Vaughan Date painted: 1956 Oil on canvas, 91.5 x 71 cm Collection: Leicester Arts and Museums Service An interlocking composition of semi-abstract shapes with an organic feel. Vaughan explores the construction of tree forms in this cool toned painting which crosses over from literal experience, reconfiguring external appearances to produce a highly individual work.

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