John Hoyland: The Trajectory of a Fallen Angel
Tate St Ives, 2006 - Painting, Abstract - 48 pages
John Hoyland is one of Britain's leading abstract painters. This work presents a selection of his important works and considers his position as a major, innovative force in post-war British painting.
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