Barry Newis (1939 – 2017) follows in the British tradition of impasto painting, exemplified by artists such as Bomberg, Kossoff and Auerbach. His use of paint, however, is his own – he works three-dimensionally, adding or removing layers of paint to imbue the landscape with a tangible sense of physical structure. This retrospective exhibition is a rare opportunity to see works from throughout the painter’s career, all of which are available for purchase.
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