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Peter Kinley

Peter Kinley (1926-1988) was born in Vienna and came to Britain as a refugee in 1938. He served in the British Army before studying at the Dusseldorf Academy and then at St. Martin's school of Art. He taught at St.Martin's and at Wimbledon school of Art before becoming Principal Lecturer at Bath School of Art in 1975. He exhibited in Britain and abroad and is represented in many British and international public collections. Kinley's works from the 1950s were often made using a palette knife and show the inflence of Nicholas de Stael. His later paintings were simplified, colourful, and schematic with subjects reduced to their fundamental shapes - they reflect his visits to India in the 1970s and '80s, and his admiration of Henri Matisse. He said that he tried 'to make paintings that are strong enough to remain in the memory as coherent images even after a brief encounter'.



 
Paintings



Woman Holding Flowers - Details


 Woman Holding Flowers 1960

Oil on canvas
36 x 36 inches
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Figure on a Carpet ii - Details


 Figure on a Carpet ii 1968

Oil on canvas
28 x 36 inches
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Two Sheep in a Field ii - Details


 Two Sheep in a Field ii 1969-70

Oil on canvas
30 x 25 inches
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Clouds, Wiltshire - Details


 Clouds, Wiltshire 1969

Oil on canvas
28 x 36 inches

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Trees in Ploughed Fields - Details


 Trees in Ploughed Fields 1970

Oil on canvas
48 x 50 inches
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Study for Plants No.5 - Details


 Study for Plants No.5 1960

Oil on board
11 x 8 inches
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Study for Two Plants - Details


 Study for Two Plants 1960

Oil on board
11 x 8 inches
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Plant on Red - Details


 Plant on Red 1960

Oil on board
11 x 8 inches
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