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In this large canvas Jones employs a mixture of painting methods combining hard lines with gestural brushmarks. He creates the hard edges using masking tape, a device used by painters such as Bridget Riley and Gene Davis who both have work in the University Collection. Trevor Jones was born in Stourbridge and studied art at Stourbridge and Birmingham Colleges of Art. Jones' work was included in the Arts Council Exhibition 'British Art '74' and 'British Painting 1952–1977' at the Royal Academy in 1977.

University of Warwick

Coventry


Date

1974

Medium

acrylic & emulsion on canvas

Measurements

H 199 x W 211 cm

Accession number

wu0120

Acquisition method

presented by Lord Kenilworth, 1974

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

signed, dated and inscribed with title


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