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John Hoyland, British, 1934 - 2011
Hoyland was a major exponent of Abstract Expressionism, developing a bold use of colour and abstract interrelating forms in his art."Non-figurative imagery possessed for me," he wrote, "the potential for the most advanced depth of feeling and meaning."
He participated in group exhibitions at the Tate Gallery, the Barbican Gallery, and the Serpentine Gallery. He was elected RA in 1991. In 1999 was appointed Professor of Painting at the Royal Academy Schools.
His work was inspired and influenced by his extensive travels around the world to America, Australia, the Caribbean, Europe, and South America and by his close friendships with contemporary artists such as Anthony Caro and Patrick Caulfield.

Artworks

Hoyland - Trickster

Trickster

1979

Etching with aquatint

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Hoyland - Untitled (Ochre)

Untitled (Ochre)

1975

Lithograph

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Hoyland - Untitled (Red) from the Sutton Suite

Untitled (Red) from the Sutton Suite

1975

Lithograph

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Hoyland - Tembi

Tembi

1980

Etching and aquatint

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Hoyland - Rankin

Rankin

1979

Etching and aquatint

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Hoyland - Encircling Stone

Encircling Stone

1986

Hard ground etching and aquatint

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Hoyland - Sun Animal

Sun Animal

1989

Etching and aquatint

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Hoyland - The Sorcerer

The Sorcerer

1989

Etching and aquatint with carborundum

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Hoyland - Rivers of Surprise

Rivers of Surprise

1989

Etching and aquatint

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