This spectacularly illustrated monograph by one of our most distinguished writers on art traces the career of the renowned contemporary artist, John Hoyland (1934 -). Hoyland emerged as Britain's leading abstract painter in the 1960s, exhibiting with both the influential Situation group in 1960 and '61 and the brilliant young New Generation artists in 1965. Elected to the Royal Academy in 1991, he remains at the forefront of international abstraction.
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