John Cherrington (1931-2015) - 2008 Acrylic, Abstract Artefacts
DescriptionAn unusual contemporary abstract composition in acrylic by the British listed artist John Cherrington (1931-2015), depicting various artefacts including fish and masks. Cherrington's work borrows aesthetic characteristics from realism and post-impressionism, creating a perfectly balanced contrast. Cherrington's art historical knowledge allows him to combine traditional techniques with a contemporary approach to develop his own distinctive style. Signed to the lower left corner, and dated '08, as shown. On board.
In fine condition overall, with only slight scuffing to the edges.
66 x 76.3cm (26" x 30")
Sulis Fine Art is proud to present this fine and large collection of works by the British artist John Cherrington.
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John Cherrington was born in 1931. He studied at Hornsea Art College, and moved to Paris at the age of 16 to study art and art history. Cherrington served in the Army for eight years, and afterwards qualified as an art teacher. He taught art in London until moving to Herefordshire in 1977.
Cherrington was a prolific but relatively unknown painter, due to his shyness and unwillingness to put forward his work. Despite this reluctance, many of his paintings were accepted by the Royal Society of Portrait Painters between 1969 and 1974. His wonderful sketches of local characters are full of expression and talent. He produced paintings of bulls for local farmers, and was known to sketch customers in pubs.
Cherrington said his art was “stimulated by the visual world around him, which he found both tormenting and marvellous”.
Cherrington passed away in 2015 in North Wales.
|Artist||John Cherrington (1931-2015)|
|Dimensions||66 x 76.3cm|
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