Art Madrid'23 – Patrick Hughes
Birmingham, (Inglaterra), 1939
Patrick Hughes’ first solo show was in 1961 in Mayfair, London. A catalogue introduction was by the critic David Sylvester. He has since held one-person exhibitions in Los Angeles and San Francisco, Chicago, Boston and New York, and In Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Holland, Belgium and Switzerland – one hundred and fifty-four so far. Patrick made his first retrospective relief painting in 1964 and has refined his system hugely over the last fifty years, a system which is widely imitated. These works are constructed of wooden pyramids in perspective but the wrong way around, with the furthest point of the space, represented being closest to the viewer. The resulting illusion is extraordinary, the viewer relates to the painting as it seems to move seamlessly, giving an impression of being in the room or outside the architecture depicted.
This artist exhibits in the following galleries
45 x 102 x 17 cm
Impresión digital retocada a mano en caja de acrílico.
44 x 96 x 13 cm
Light and Shade, 2022
Collage con pintura sobre construcción en tabla
32.5 x 52 x 10.5 cm
Window Shopping, 2022
Collage con impresión digital y pintura
68 x 179 x 20 cm
More Amour, 2022
Óleo sobre construcción en tabla
32 x 38 x 10 cm