Built Up Coast, United Kingdom, 1960, by 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 LANYON - SANDBAR, 1956 oil on masonite

'Sandbar' by British painter Peter Lanyon Oil on masonite, 72 x 48 in. via Offer Waterman


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Peter Lanyon Bicyclist in Penwith 1952 Oil on chipboard, 50.8 x 15.2 cm

Peter Lanyon Bicyclist in Penwith 1952 Oil on chipboard, x cm

Peter Lanyon, Soaring Flight, 1960 (Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London)

Peter Lanyon, Soaring Flight, 1960 Oil on canvas, x cm Collection: Arts Council

Green Place (1959) by Peter Lanyon. "The thing that I’m interested in ...is that there’s a place or a hill or a rock, or something like that, the thing that I have experienced that I am able to make it into something new which is an equivalent of that... In the end the whole picture has to be that. It hasn’t to represent it, I don’t mean photographic representation...it has to be so charged with that experience that it is, the whole self: it will give back that experience to somebody else."

'Coast' Watercolour on paper 466 x 620 mm 1953 'Headwind' Oil on canvas 1219 x 1981 mm 1961 'Offshore' Oil on canvas 1530 x 1842 mm 1959 'Green Place' Oil on canvas 760 x 1020 mm 1959 "All Lanyon's.

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.

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