Peter L Field (1920-)
|Artist Name||Peter L Field (1920-)|
|Title||Blue Yellow Abstract|
|Description||This vibrant British abstract is by noted artist Peter L Field. Painted circa 1960, the composition is in blues and yellow/browns with Field's striking heavy impasto and bold visible knife marks. An excellent example of his work and British Abstraction.|
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||24 x 18 inches|
|Frame||Housed in a surround frame, 28 inches by 21 inches and in good condition.|
|Biography||Peter L Field (born 1920) - painter in oils, printmaker and teacher born in Winson in Gloucestershire. He studied at Cheltenham School of Art, 1937-9, with Seaton A White, then at Goldsmiths College London, 1946-49 under Clive Gardiner.
After teaching in Paignton and Swindon he went to Birmingham, retiring in 1982 as head of the art and design faculty at City of Birmingham Polytechnic. He showed at The Royal Academy and in the provinces and Swindon Museum and Art gallery hold his works.