Exhibition

Alan Davie: Paintings 1955 - 1967

6 Feb 2007 – 3 Mar 2007

Cost of entry

free

Thomas Dane Gallery

London, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Green Park / Piccadilly Circus

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Painting is very much like improvising on a piano ' sitting down and playing, an idea will appear out of putting one note against another, which leads to other notes and before you know where you are, a melodic line has appeared and a harmonic structure presents itself.
Alan Davie

The Directors of Thomas Dane Gallery in collaboration with The Paragon Press are pleased to present paintings from 1955-1967, a seminal period in Alan Davie's practice.

Regarded as one of the most influential British artists and a pivotal link between post-war European art and American abstract expressionism, Davie has persistently pursued a personal pictorial vocabulary based on spontaneity and improvisation. This exhibition brings together 26 early landmark paintings from an important transitional period within the artist's 65 year career.

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