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One key development that may have triggered this was his shift from working predominantly in acrylic paint, on location, to the use of oils and a more studio-based practice, (developing paintings from drawings and acrylic sketches, made on location).
What we see in these later paintings may suggest a landscape but the content is freed from a specific view and becomes in a sense, more connected to the artists perception, less about description and more about feeling – feeling for place and equally importantly, for paint.
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