George Craig Spence (1931-) - Contemporary Mixed Media, Sunset City
A striking mixed media piece showing a city skyline under a setting sun. The buildings lose coherent form towards the bottom of the piece, becoming intricate patterns of texture and shape. The artist has signed to the lower right corner and the artwork is on board.On board.
There is a very small chip to the plaster at the lower edge. Other than this, the artwork is in fine condition.
61 x 53.2cm (24" x 20.9")
George Craig Spence was born in Glasgow, Scotland and studied stained glass at the Glasgow School of Art.|
Taking up a position as a graphic designer in 1959 in Toronto, Canada and later in New York, he renewed his interest in music and became a professional musician upon his return to London in 1959.
He returned to painting professionally in 1971 and has since become well known for his florals and unusual landscapes with floral foregrounds. The latter have a most recognisable style offering an extensive depth of field from the flowers through to distant fields and hills beyond.
He is married with two sons and continues to paint professionally. Exhibitions of his work include: Mansard Gallery - London, Lombard Gallery - Bromley, Seen Gallery - London, Stalfs - Toronto, Liberty’s - London, Spectrum - Dorking and Harrods - London.
Eight of his works have been published in print form by one of the Country’s leading art publishers.
|Artist||George Craig Spence (1931-)|
|Dimensions||61 x 53.2cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
Delivery prices for this item are as follows
Remember - we combine shipping costs for multiple purchases automatically so go through to checkout for the final price.