2 edition of Gillian Ayres found in the catalog.
Catalogue of an exhibtion held at Gimpel Fils, 13 May - 19 June 1999.
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Gillian Ayres, Dawn-bright Lawn, Courtesy Gillian Ayres and Alan Cristea Gallery, London. Main image at top: Gillian Ayres, photographed in her studio near Bude, Cornwall. By Ben Mostyn. There are also several cats — the family has five — and two small dogs, of which one (Nellie) is completely blind. 23 Nov - Explore rachaelcmoody's board "Gillian Ayres", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Abstract, Abstract art and Art pins.
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The Colour That Was There is a screenprint overlaid with acrylic paint by the British artist Gillian Ayres. Almost square in shape, the work is dominated by a central blue section containing a number of interlocking forms that are predominantly rendered in white outlines, including circles, rectangles, semicircles, triangles, dots, straight lines and a small star. This beautifully produced volume is the definitive monograph on Gillian Ayres (born ), whom journalist Andrew Marr describes as “probably the finest abstract painter alive in Britain.” Working since the s, Ayres has been celebrated for more than six decades for her use of vibrant color, impasto, tachiste effects and bold forms to.
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This book is the definitive monograph on an artist described by many commentators as Britain’s finest abstract painter. For more than six decades, the late Gillian Ayres (–) has been celebrated for her use of vibrant colour and bold forms to create exuberant compositions full of Gillian Ayres book and energy.
This is the first book on major British abstract painter Gillian Ayres, one of the most widely loved and respected of contemporary British artists. As a young artist in the s, Ayres was closely involved with leading British abstract artists, including Roger Hilton.
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Top quality colour reproductions and many of them. Expensive but worth every penny.5/5(10). Gillian Ayres. Published by Art / Books. Foreword by Andrew Marr. Text by Martin Gayford, David Cleaton-Roberts. This beautifully produced volume is the definitive monograph on Gillian Ayres (born ), whom journalist Andrew Marr describes as “probably the finest abstract painter alive in.
Gillian Ayres CBE RA (3 February – 11 April ) was an English painter. She is best known for abstract painting and printmaking using vibrant colours, which earned her a Turner Prize nomination. Gillian Ayres was born to Florence and Stephen Ayres on 3 February in Barnes, London, the youngest of three place: Barnes, London, United Kingdom.
Gillian Ayres, who has died a was one of Britain’s most significant abstract painters, a woman of much vitality and generosity, and a domestic person on a grand, overspilling scale.
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Gillian Ayres OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) was one of the most significant abstract painters to emerge in London during the postwar period. A disciple and vanguard of the taschist style, a non-geometric abstract style that developed in postwar Europe, Ayres was inspired by abstract expressionist art in the United States and Nationality: British.
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I am a painter who was looking for a book of Gillian Ayres artwork. This book fit the bill on that account, and I love her work, so I give it 5 stars. I am getting what I need from this book. I have always found inspiration from painters such as Ayres, Hans Hoffman, and Joan Mitchell, since I paint in oils - boldly, abstractly, modernly /5(3).
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This illustrated volume is essential reading for anyone interested in learning about the artist and her work. Gillian Ayres OBE (Officer of the Order of the British Empire) was one of the most significant abstract painters to emerge in London during the postwar period. A disciple and vanguard of the taschist style, a non-geometric abstract style that developed in postwar Europe, Ayres was inspired by abstract expressionist art in the United States and Brand: Gillian Ayres.
In Gillian Ayres OBE RA invited me to film her at her home and studio in Cornwall. At that time it was impossible to imagine the possibility of editing video on a computer at home.
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Her paintings are made in a vivid color palette. When we were introduced to the artist Gillian Ayres (), we couldn’t help but fall in love with the world of magical color in which she created. I suppose the name Gillian was also a happy coincidence.
Gillian Ayers was born in to a respected and prosperous family in South-West London. year-old Gillian longed to be an artist which was considered an act of rebellion at the time. Elliott, David; Ayres, Gillian.
Gillian Ayres: New Painting. London: Fisher Fine Art Limited, Unmarked text. Bumped. Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#) (Out of Stock) Catalog for 7 November to 14 December exhibition. Essay by David Elliott.
16pp, with 10 color plates. Bio. Gillian Ayres. Broadcaster and Art Lover Andrew Marr Thinks She Is ‘britain’s Finest Abstract Painter’. Now With a New Retrospective and Book Focusing on Her Work, Sally Hales Asks Him Why We Should All Be Taking NoticeAuthor: Artists & Illustrators.
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Gillian Ayres, whose paintings are featured in the Tate Gallery and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, is showcasing her paintings in Cardiff.
.Gillian Ayres (3 February – 11 April ) was an English painter. She is best known for abstract painting and printmaking using vibrant colours, which earned her a Turner Prize nomination.
This biography is from Wikipedia under an Attribution-ShareAlike Creative Commons License. Gillian Ayres has died at the age of 88 after a long and vibrant career as one of Britain’s leading abstract painters.
Fromwhen Ayres began studying at Camberwell School of Art at just 16 years of age, she carved out a career that would put her at the forefront of her generation in British art alongside other distinguished figures in the field of abstraction such Howard Hodgkin, Robyn.