Abstract Rush Hour - Mid 20th Century by Bolam

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  • £2,500.00
  • €2,723 Euro
  • $3,235 US Dollar

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Abstract Rush Hour - Mid 20th Century by Bolam

SIMPSON FINE ART
Abstract Rush Hour - Mid 20th Century Abstract Piece by John Bolam

John Bolam was born in 1922 in Amersham, Buckinghamshire. He originally studied painting at Hornsey School of Art and furniture design at High Wycombe School of Art. He subsequently became a member of the Great Bardfield group of artists (named after the village in Essex where many of the members settled). Close friends and colleagues from that time included Michael Rotherstein, Edward Bawden, John Aldridge and Edward Middleditch. From 1970 to 1983 Bolam was Head of the School of Art at Cambridge College of Arts and Technology.

John Bolam is seen by many as following in the path of the neo-Romantics, most notably John Piper and Graham Sutherland, but his imagery subsequently evolved independently. Bolam was also strongly influenced by French artists such as Braque and Degas as well as the English landscape, especially the Chilterns.

This piece was created using mixed media and is in a cream wooden frame under glass.

Keywords: Abstract, rush hour, traffic, car, cars, vehicles, yellow, orange, red black, roads, streets, crossroad.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 49.5cm (19.49in)
  • W: 55cm (21.65in)
  • D: 3.5cm (1.38in)

Period: 

Circa 1960s

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Simpson Fine Art was established by Eve Simpson in 1998.  Eve has been an art dealer specialising in 20th century British Art for over 40 years.

Initially opening a gallery on Church Street, London (1975) and then a second on Curzon Street, Mayfair, London (1980).  In 1985 she opened a larger premises on Church Street.  In 1998 she opened a gallery in Old Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire in partnership with her husband called Simpson Fine Art.  In 2000 the galleries were sold, semi-retiring, Eve continued dealing from home and at the Decorative Antiques Fair (London) 3 times a year.

She has over 300 works of art from the 20th century.  All her artists are listed.

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