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Tricia Gillman's work concentrates on colour. She admits to being influenced by the French artists Braque and Matisse who were labelled as 'fauves' (wild beasts) after their brilliantly coloured and patterned paintings were shown at the Paris Salon of 1905. She also looks to the work of fifteenth-century Italian artists such as Fra Angelico, Piero della Francesca and Bellini with its sense of arrangement of individual elements, often framed by architecture.
oil on canvas
H 121.9 x W 160 cm
gift from Nyda and Oliver Prenn, 2001