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'Chrome & Lemon' is one of a number of works from 1956 in which Feiler explored the space-creating potential of coloured verticals suspended in a white space. They originated in drawings made two years earlier on a visit to Gandria in Lago Maggiore, in which the artist depicted distant spaces through a screen of foreground forms.

Jerwood Collection





oil on board


H 71 x W 105.5 cm

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Signed and dated, lower right: 'FEILER 56'; signed again and inscribed, verso: 'PAUL FEILER / CHROME + LEMON'


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