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Roy Oxlade emerged in the 1950s as one of a distinguished group of painters from under the wing of David Bomberg, and has remained faithful to the principles of immediacy, the authenticity of the brush mark and truth of feeling. He talks of the process of painting as being akin to a performance, like jazz improvisation: risky, spontaneous and yet disciplined, a meeting between the external world and the vision within.

Roy Oxlade: It's What You See (2013)


Foreword by Michael Richardson.

To find out more about the artist and the exhibition view the press release.

View the exhibition catalogue online.

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