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1965 ONWARDS
CORRIDA 100 x 300 cms 1955-6
Corrida was painted in Madrid whilst I was on a year's Spanish Government scholarship,
and it was exhibited in Galeria Abril, Madrid in 1956.  

The work reflects my wonderment and thrill on seeing Goya's Black paintings in the Prado,
and inspired my lifelong involvement with a long horizontal format.

As a young ex-student I was also influenced by Francis Bacon, but the catharsis on seeing
Goya's  paintings made me want to attempt to reconcile aspects of both these two artists,
together with my experience of the bullfight.  The painting is also about degrees of fear,
expressed by both humans and animals, not exclusively  about the implied setting which
hints at the bullring.   It is of course,a homage to Goya.             

 [ Corrida means ' the running ' ]       A W
LAST SUPPER 4 x 16 ft 1959 - Collection - CHRISTCHURCH, KENSINGTON

 

TWO MEN EATING oil on board 4 x 6 ft 1958
PRIVATE COLLECTION

 

PORTRAIT OF DAVID WILLIAMS
oil on board 52x43cms 1956

 

CRUCIFIXION 8 x 4 ft 1956
COLLECTION - CHRISTCHURCH, KENSINGTON





HORSE HEAD 97x84 cms 1956 oil on canvas
HORSE HEAD 97 x 84 cms 1956
oil on canvas
MAN EATING oil on board 76 x 107 cms 1959
PRIVATE COLLECTION

SLEEPING FIGURE 122 x 152 cms 1959 - PRIVATE COLLECTION

TWO COWS 152 x 213 cms 1961 - COLLECTION - ARTS COUNCIL

TWO MEN DRILLING 180 x 122 cms 1958
COLLECTION - THE HERBERT,COVENTRY
- > see ESSAYS - Norbert Lynton - ' On memory and Reflection '
ARCOS DE LA FRONTERA 155 x 175 cms 1960 - on loan TAVISTOCK CENTRE
- > see ESSAYS - Terence Mullaly - Daily Telegraph 1961
ARCOS DE LA FRONTERA II 92 x 122 cms 1962 - PRIVATE COLLECTION
ROOF TOPS, PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA 30.5 x 60.5 cms - oil on board - 1962
PUERTO DE SANTA MARIA 76 x 120 cms 1963

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