Marc Vaux Colour Edge to Edge: Paintings from the mid '60s

In the mid '60s Marc Vaux became aware that his primary interest in painting was colour in its purest sense. Prior to this point, his work had been predominantly concerned with the structure of painting, combining hard edge and gestural paintwork in one canvas.

We will be showing six paintings, most of which have not been seen since the '60s, along with a group of preparatory drawings in black and white and colour.

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Marc Vaux, Salute, 1964, Acrylic on cotton duck, 213.4 x 213.4 cm,
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