Built up Coast (1960) Peter Lanyon

Built up Coast Peter Lanyon. You can see the coast line in his paintings but also the other smaller buildings in the foreground - the level of abstraction reflects the physical experience of being amongst the elements whilst painting.

Peter Lanton: Ilfracombe (I hadn't come across this Lanyon before seeing it on the great Your Paintings website).

Peter Lanyon: Ilfracombe Oil on canvas, x cm Collection: Glynn Vivian Art Gallery. I haven't seen this PL before -- such a prosaic title, and yet it is like looking into a hole in the sea.

Drift (1961) by Peter Lanyon. "I was flying yesterday and got such a drift on my plane that I nearly ended up in the sea. Somehow such a fate seems inevitable, and I am seriously thinking of flying with snorkel and flippers."

Drift by Peter Lanyon. "I was flying yesterday and got such a drift on my plane that I nearly ended up in the sea. Somehow such a fate seems inevitable, and I am seriously thinking of flying with snorkel and flippers.

Peter Lanyon 1918–1964 "Wreck" 1963 Oil paint on canvas Image: 1220 x 1830 mm

Peter Lanyon "Wreck" 1963 Oil paint on canvas Image: 1220 x 1830 mm

Peter Lanyon.

Peter Lanyon, Soaring Flight, oil on canvas, Arts Council Collection Some of the most innovative and influential art in twentieth century.


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