Terry Duncan - Framed Contemporary Oil, Ploughing at Brain's Green
DescriptionA delightful impressionistic study of a summer landscape with expressive brushstrokes. Excellently presented in a contemporary frame with canvas slip. Artist's label to the reverse. Unsigned. On board.
In fine condition. Inspection under UV light reveals no restoration. Very minor marks to the frame.
14.4 x 24cm (5.7" x 9.4")Framed Size: 24.9 x 35.4cm (9.8" x 13.9")
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Terry Duncan originally started painting for pleasure, painting portraits, racing cars and dogs. He first experimented with watercolors and acrylics before trying his hand with oils. Evans attended art school at Hornsey, London; but the primary source of his inspiration was the impasto work of renowned artist Charles Lefar. Building on the approach of Lefar, Terry went on to develop a distinctive style all his own that would set him apart from his contemporaries. Terry Evans has exhibited one-man shows in the Langres Gallery, New York and the Rubens Gallery in Miami, as well as in Norway, Singapore and London. His work continues to be collected by a wide variety of collectors, and can be found in private collections across the globe.
|Dimensions||14.4 x 24cm|
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