Artist: Tony Broadbent
- Size: 24 x 29.9 x 0.8 inches (61 x 76 x 2 cm)
- OIls, acrylic & standard canvas
- One-Off / Ready to Send
- No Frame Required
- Delivery time: 3-5 working days
Painted in a " Gallery " style, no framing required ( optional). An original painting by Tony Broadbent, new works developed in an abstract idiom and influenced by Dali, Picasso., Cesar Manrique, Miro, Kandinsky, Klee and plain colour field abstract expressionism. It is a simple geometric plain colour piece in oils over a visible impasto acrylic substrate done in my signature style using vibrant colours and forms. This piece belies it's dual purpose, either to find accord with a viewer or not, it represents modern society in a manifest dichotomy.
My name is Tony Broadbent, born in 1958 and I am an artist from Leeds, West Yorkshire My artwork is mainly abstract, semi-surreal and occassionaly psychedelic from oil on canvas to pen and ink on paper, mixed media. All my work is concerned with colour and form as well as the representation of a theme or angst. The signature of my work is bold, vibrant colours with stark or subtle imagery and has been described as a departure from the mundane. I am inspired by 1950's Abstract Expressionism, the Post Impressionists and Pre - Raphaelites mainly though I will steal any influences that attract me and paint in any style that moves me. My favorite artists are Dali., Picasso, Cesar Manrique, Miro ( to an extent ), the Pre - Raphaelites, W.M.T... (see more)
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