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Neil Murison RWA (b.1930) - Contemporary Acrylic, Rolling Mist

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A fine contemporary composition by the British artist Neil Murison. The artist has expressively applied the paint to the substrate with a brisk yet considered approach. Flashes of red gleam through the dark colour palette, creating a highly unique and interesting scene. Presented in a white box frame. Inscribed on the reverse with the title. Signed on the reverse. On board laid to stretcher.


With some minor surface dirt. Overall in fine condition,


26.1 x 26cm (10.3" x 10.2")
Framed Size: 30.3 x 30.2cm (11.9" x 11.9")

Artist Biography

Neil Murison, painter and teacher was born in Bath, Somerset in 1930. He attended West of England College of Art. Murison combined teaching and painting successfully, becoming RWA in 1979, and appointed Director of the Academy's New Gallery in 2002.
He had a long series of solo shows, including Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford from 1963; Oxford Gallery from 1970; and Park Street Gallery, Bristol from 1978. Later ones include Albany Gallery, Cardiff in 1991 and Toll House Gallery, Cleveden in 2001. He has travelled widely in Europe, the Caribbean and Africa.
He has exhibited regularly since the 1960s and achieved early recognition with a series of abstract paintings which were exhibited in successful one-man shows in Bristol, London and Oxford.

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Code qb600
Artist Neil Murison RWA (b.1930)
Date Contemporary
Dimensions 26.1 x 26cm
Medium Acrylic
Style Abstract
Subject Abstract
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