John Pipers' work appeals to me because of his use of rich colours and intensle contrasted details

John Pipers' work appeals to me because of his use of rich colours and intense contrasted details

John Piper: Petit Palais: Yellow and Yellow, 1972.

‘Petit Palais: Yellow and Yellow’ by British artist John Piper Screenprint on paper, 782 x 573 mm. via the Tate Use of color, tone and a divided section for a different representation

I love Piper's work, referencing him in my current art work on facades.

John Piper window, suitable for an art project like the GCSE Openings

John Piper - an abstract collaged painting that uses paint and printed pages from a magazine to create a coastal scene with a beach, cliffs and a house

John Piper(British, Seaford Head 1933 (along with Spencer and Ravilious, the great practitioners of English Mysticism).

John Piper: Redland Park Congregational Church, Bristol, 1940.

Redland Park Congregational Church, Bristol, 1940 by John Piper (English

John Piper. John Egerton Christmas Piper CH (13 December 1903 – 28 June 1992) was a 20th-century English painter and printmaker.

John Egerton Christmas Piper CH December 1903 – 28 June was a English painter and printmaker.

John Piper, Newhaven, the Castle. Private Collection

James Russell: John Piper, Newhaven and the Towner Appeal

Welsh Landscape- John Piper

Your Paintings - John Piper paintings

John Piper. Christ Church, Newgate St, London

Christ Church, Newgate Street, London by John Piper, 1941

'Earth for Job' (1948) by English printmaker & stained glass artist John Piper (1903-1992). via Martin Beek on flickr

John Piper - Earth for Job 1948 by Martin Beek

John Piper ~ Farm Gate

John Piper Farm Gate Oil on canvas 36 x 36 inches link

John Piper 'Portland Bill'

"Portland Bill" by John Piper, 1950 (oil on board)

John Piper  A Ruined Cottage, 1941Mixed Media on Buff Paper35 x 45.5 cm

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John Piper

John Piper

A Ruined House, Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire. 1941, John Piper, oil and Indian ink on canvas, 63.5 76.7 in., UK.

John Egerton Christmas Piper CH December 1903 – 28 June A Ruined House, Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire

John Piper artist, paintings and art at the Red Rag British Art Gallery

Environmental Structure John Piper artist, paintings and art at the Red Rag British Art Gallery

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