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Frank Bowling: Landscape

Sale price$50.00

This catalogue accompanies the exhibition 'Frank Bowling: Landscape' at Hauser & Wirth West Hollywood, presenting fourteen recent ebullient paintings that engage the rich art-historical tradition of landscape painting.
The book is lavishly illustrated and includes foldouts of artwork details. The essay is from art historian Dorothy Price, Professor of Modern and Contemporary Art and Critical Race Art History at The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, and focuses on the dialogue between Bowling’s and Turner’s work.

Frank Bowling: Landscape
Frank Bowling: Landscape Sale price$50.00




Hauser & Wirth Publishers


Quarter-bound with cloth


Dorothy Price


86 pages


24.8 x 28.7 cm



Publication Date

May 23

The Artist


Over the course of six decades, Frank Bowling has relentlessly pursued a practice which boldly expands the possibilities and properties of paint. Ambitious in scale and scope, his dynamic engagement with the materiality of his chosen medium, and its evolution in the broad sweep of art history, has resulted in paintings of unparalleled originality and power. Bowling has been hailed as one of the foremost British artists of his generation. Born in Guyana (then British Guiana) in 1934, he arrived in London in 1953, graduating from the Royal College of Art with the silver medal for painting in 1962. By the early 1960s, he was recognized as an assured force in London’s art scene. During this period, his highly individual language of painting, which emerged from expressionistic figuration and pop art, encompassed autobiographical elements and the artist’s socio-political concerns.