Abstract expressionist painting in Cornwall


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21 July 2016

While Abstract Expressionism was mostly associated with New York City and its vibrant arts scene, it also had an outpost in St Ives, a small coastal town in Cornwall, England. Julian Stallabrass speaks to curator Chris Stephens about the art of two of its main protagonists, art critic and painter Patrick Heron and artist Peter Lanyon. How did their work incorporate the movements key themes of abstraction, landscape and the sublime?

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