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ABOVE In the Conservatory 2 Acrylic and charcoal on board 15 x 61cms
  • LEFT Modern Domestic 2 Acrylic painted relief construction 22 x 51cms
  • MIDDLE Leap 2 Acrylic painted relief construction 20 x 30cms - SOLD
  • RIGHT Academy Building Acrylic painted relief construction 25 x 37cms
  • LEFT City Living 2 Acrylic and charcoal on board 30 x 41cms - SOLD
  • MIDDLE Winter Table 1 Acrylic and charcoal on board 30 x 41cms
  • RIGHT City Living 1 Acrylic and charcoal on board 30 x 41cms
  • LEFT Modern Living 2 Acrylic painted relief construction 41 x 51cms
  • MIDDLE City Living 3 Acrylic and charcoal & pencil on board 41 x 51cms
  • RIGHT Spring Table 1 Acrylic and charcoal on board 41 x 51cms
  • LEFT Morning Still Life 2 Acrylic and charcoal on board 41 x 51cms
  • MIDDLE Modern Domestic 7 Acrylic painted relief construction 26 x 90cms
  • RIGHT Winter Table 3 Acrylic and charcoal on board 51 x 61cms
  • LEFT Morning Still Life 1 Acrylic and charcoal on board 51 x 61cms - SOLD
  • MIDDLE The Ideal Home 3 Acrylic painted relief construction 46 x 65cms

Geoffrey Robinson

25 years ago the paintings of Geoffrey Robinson emerged as fifties-influenced abstracts; inspired by British painters like Alan Davie, William Scott and Victor Pasmore. His love for the work of Ben Nicholson and Mondrian then leads him through a period where he produces many quite constructivist abstract relief paintings in parallel with his other  work. By the year 2000 he discovers the colour and imagination of Mary Fedden and combines abstract relief construction with a naive still-life style of painting for a while. After that time the work becomes totally dedicated to the painted still lifes, except for his very recent return to the abstract reliefs as well as slightly more gestural abstract work.

Along the way he was selected as an ‘invited artist’ at the prestigious Discerning Eye annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries in London, and in 2004 ITV broadcast a documentary about him and his work  – ‘Geoffrey Robinson in The Frame’. Author, art historian and artist Peter Davies said of him:“A Robinson is quite clearly and recognisably a Robinson, and for those still not familiar with his work, his uncanny and almost idiosyncratic mix of styles – and within it multifarious still life objects – will assuredly make its mark.”

SOLO & TWO-PERSON EXHIBITIONS INCLUDE: 
Cadogan Contemporary Art, London
Thompson’s Gallery, London 
Mullan Gallery, Belfast, 
Lena Boyle Fine Art, London
Jenna Burlingham Fine Art, Hampshire
Gallery De Novo, New Zealand
The Stour Gallery, Warwickshire
Lynne Strover Gallery, Cambridge
Hampshire County Council, touring exhibition
Wren Gallery, Oxfordshire 
Grapevine Gallery, Norwich 
The Study Gallery, Dorset 
Bettles Gallery, Hampshire

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