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Ivon Hitchens grew up in Berkshire and studied at St Johns Wood School of Art. After his studies he travelled to New Zealand, but returned home after a period of two years due to a severe illness. Interested in light, tone, colour and form, his landscapes can be seen as an experience or memory of being in a particular space rather than a direct representation as such. He saw colour as light and light as space.
oil on canvas
H 52 x W 117 cm
purchased from the Tib Lane Gallery, 1959