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Greenland’s paintings are also a celebration of colour, at times subdued, while at others vibrant and glowing; his control of paint stretches from impasto to the most delicate of marks. Underpinned by a mysterious and symbolic use of light that places him firmly in the Northern European tradition, they are paintings that the British dramatist Willy Russell has described as being ….a striking fusion of arresting myth and exquisite landscape.

Martin Greenland: Arrangements of Memory (2009)


Includes essay by Andrew Lambirth. 


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