Bernard Myers (1925 – 2007)
South London Park
Oil on board
38 x 64 cm
Myers’ abstract oil of a London park. Blocks of colour make up the forms of the landscape, textured by the artist’s thick, lateral brushstrokes.
Bernard Myers was a painter and printmaker who trained at St Martin’s School of Art, the Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, and the Royal College of Art in the 1940s and 1950s. This painting won the David Murray Landscape Scholarship and was painted while Myers was a student at the RCA. He went on to teach there before moving into a studio in Hammersmith.
Condition: very good. Recently cleaned and revarnished.
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