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John Hoyland Etchings, Lithographs and Screenprints

John Hoyland was born on 12 October 1934, in Sheffield, Yorkshire, to a working-class family, and educated at Sheffield School of Art and Crafts within the junior art department (1946–51) before progressing to Sheffield College of Art (1951–56),and the Royal Academy Schools, London (1956–60), where Sir Charles Wheeler, the then President of the Royal Academy famously ordered that Hoyland's paintings – all abstracts – be removed from the walls of the Diploma Galleries. It was only the intervention of Peter Greenham, Acting Keeper of the Schools, that saved the day when he reminded Sir Charles Wheeler that Hoyland had painted admired landscapes and figurative paintings– evidence that he could 'paint properly'. Wikipedia 2019

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Kinor


Image size: 27cm x 25cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1986 28/40

Unframed

£800

Story From Nature

Image size: 38 x 28.5cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1997 68/75

Unframed

£875

Cruwen Studio Anniversary Print


Image size: 68 x 54cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

2008 8/50

Unframed

£900

The Red Boat


Image size: 22 x 18cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1999 270/300

Framed

£400

Window to Nature


Image size: 41 x 30cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1997 32/75

Framed

£950

Window Genie


Image size: 47.5 x 58.5cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1997 32/75

Framed

£950

Spirit Side


Image size: 38 x 28.5cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1997 68/75

Framed

£950

Friendly Ghost


Image size: 38 x 28cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1997 68/75

Unframed

£875

Mahi


Image size: 27 x 25cm

Signed, numbered and dated in pencil

1986 28/40

Framed

£800