Martin Fuller (b.1943) - 1989 Oil, Elfin Head
DescriptionA great example of work in oil by the acclaimed British artist Martin Fuller. With clear influences of modern art, Fuller depicts a vibrant abstract portrait of a man. Both the colour palette and impasto application of the oil paint highlight the artist's proficiency in the medium and subject. Title, signature and date inscribed on the canvas to the reverse. Attached is a leaflet of Martin Fuller's 2001 retrospective exhibition curated by William Packer. There is a Royal Academy of Arts framing label to the reverse. Well-presented in a wooden frame with gilt detail. On canvas on stretchers.
In fine condition overall, with minor marks and scuffs to the frame. Inspection under UV light shows no signs of restoration.
35.3 x 29.3cm (13.9" x 11.5")Sheet: 23.8 x 18.3cm (9.4" x 7.2") Framed Size: 35 x 29.3cm (13.8" x 11.5")
Martin Fuller is a painter, born in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire. Fuller studied at the Mid-Warwickshire School of Art, 1960-62, and Hornsey College of Art, 1962-64. In his final year, he was awarded the Guggenheim-McKinkey Scholarship enabling him to study in Italy, 1964-65. In 1968 he held his first solo exhibition at the Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, others include showings at the Thumb Gallery, London, 1976, and 1979, Bristol City Art Gallery, Camden Arts Centre, Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, 1971 and 1973, Hendrix Gallery, Dublin, 1987. Fuller has also held solo exhibition at Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London in 1985 and 1990. His work is represented in the collection of Bristol City Art Gallery. Martin Fuller won prizes in The Discerning Eye, held at the Mall Galleries, London and first place in the 1997 Hunting Art Prize at the RCA, London. In 2001, Fuller was given a Retrospective Exhibition by Leamington Spa Art Gallery, which was curated by William Packer.
|Artist||Martin Fuller (b.1943)|
|Dimensions||35.3 x 29.3cm|
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