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By the mid-1920s Morris had settled into a style of painting that did not essentially change during the rest of his painting career, which lasted until the mid–1970s when he was forced to give up due to his failing eyesight. With no under-drawing, Morris would start his paintings in one corner and work his way across the canvas, ‘knitting’ the painting together until completion.

Jerwood Collection


Blackbird and Flowers




oil on canvas


H 85.8 x W 111.8 cm

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signed and dated, lower left: CEDRIC MORRIS /52


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