Time Was Away IV

MINTON, John - Time Was Away IV, 1948, lithograph.jpg
MINTON, John - Time Was Away IV, 1948, lithograph.jpg
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Time Was Away IV


John Minton
Time Was Away IV, 1948
16.4 x 23.3cm (image)

This work comes framed in solid oak, with conservation mounts. The price includes framing, professional packing and recorded delivery at £25.00. To ask about collecting this artwork, please contact us on 0191 261 4465.

Francis John Minton was born in Cambridgeshire in 1917. After studying in France, he returned to London to teach at the Central School of Art & Design and the Royal College of Art, and maintained a consistently large output of works, including landscapes and portraits. He was greatly influenced by Michael Ayrton, with whom he exhibited in London and designed costumes for John Gielgud’s production of Macbeth. The Times described Minton’s work as having a 'gloomy realism, and much intensity of feeling, which he expresses in dark colour schemes'. His work was often on an unusually large scale, painting striking portraits and beautifully-textured, vibrantly coloured landscape scenes from locations across the world. Minton took his own life in 1957.

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