Patrick Hughes - Rainbow through Windows

    Patrick Hughes - Rainbow through Windows

    Signed Ltd Edition Screenprint
    A rare Artists proof, aside from the Edition of 75
    Published 1975
    69 x 102cm

    Patrick Hughes - Rainbow through Windows.  In the 1970s and 80s Patrick Hughes was inspired by rainbows, 'A rainbow is a transitory event composed of water, air and light. I tried to give it a mass, permanence and personality.' Hughes rainbows are the reverse of the romantic: hard-edged, leaning against walls, emerging from dustbins, posted through letter-boxes. They exemplify those qualities in art which he cherishes above all: the paradoxical, the absurd, the magical and the poetic. Hughes' surrealistic leanings have been influenced by artists such as Paul Klee, Marcel Duchamp and Rene Magritte.

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£750.00