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Hector McDonald Sutton (1903-1992) - Pastel, Abstraction in Red

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Description

An expressive abstract piece by listed British artist Hector McDonald Sutton. The geometric lines are almost cubist in nature with the boldly contrasting colour palette giving the piece a graphic feel, typical of Sutton's style. Laid to backing card and protected by an overlay sheet which has been inscribed with the artist's name and titled 'Abstract 64'. Unsigned. On wove.

Condition

There is some smudging to the medium and wrinkling to the paper. With some light scuffing to the edges of the backing card.

Size

29.2 x 9.7cm (11.5" x 3.8")
Sheet: 32.6 x 12.1cm (12.8" x 4.8")

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Artist Biography

Sutton was born in Walsall Wood, Staffordshire and studied at Southport and Liverpool Schools of Art before going on to the Royal College of Art. Between 1928-1937, he assisted Alfred Kingsley Lawrence, one of his tutors at the Royal College of Art, to complete the Bank of England Murals. Working as a painter, mural artist, print maker and later as a sculptor, Sutton exhibited at the Royal Academy and in the provinces. He held a number of teaching posts, becoming the first principal of Mansfield College of Art and was th adviser to Nottinghamshire Education Committee.

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Code pj380
Artist Hector McDonald Sutton (1903-1992)
Date 20th Century
Dimensions 29.2 x 9.7cm
Medium Pastel
Style Abstract
Subject Abstract
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