John Hoyland RA

John Hoyland RA, (1934 – 2011) , was a British painter based in London. Known for his use of vibrant colour, Hoyland was one of the country’s leading abstract painters.

In 1967 on his return from 5 years in New York, Hoyland had his first solo show at the Whitechapel Gallery, London. This show was cited as a defining moment, in the history of British abstract painting.

His works are now in collections such as the Tate and MOMA, with retrospectives being held at the Serpentine Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts and Tate St Ives.

Exhibited at Linden Hall Studio in the Winter Group Show 2017/18 and The London Deal, 2018

 

John Hoyland RA, Secret Summer, 2006, etching with aquatint, ed of 50, 73.6 x 55.8 cm,
John Hoyland RA, Endless Poem, 2006, etching with aquatint, ed of 50, 76.2 x 83.8 cm,
John Hoyland RA, Wonderer, 1995, Screenprint with woodblock, Edition 75, 91.5 x 103.5

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wandering Moon, 1993, Screenprint with woodblock, Edition 90, 112 x 84.5