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N.H. (Tony) Stubbing

Newton Haydn Stubbing was a British artist whose main works range from the hand-print paintings he made in the 1950s and '60s, through to the luminous landscape-based paintings he made in the last part of his career.

Works by Stubbing from the 1950s and '60s were included in the England & Co exhibition Talking of Yves: Friendships and connections in Paris, New York and London (23 June-21 July 2010).

BIOGRAPHY   
 Drawings & works on paper   


Paintings



Untitled - Details


Untitled 1961

Oil on canvas
14 x 18 inches

Spring Ceremonial - Details


Spring Ceremonial 1959

Oil on canvas
66.5 x 76 inches

Druid Light - Details


Druid Light 1959

Oil on canvas
61.5 x 76.5 inches

  Tate collection, London

Ceremonial - Details


Ceremonial 1959

Oil on canvas
56 x 68 inches

Coral Variations - Details


Coral Variations 1956

Oil on canvas
79 x 127 inches
SOLD

  Tate collection, London

Patterns of Aranjuez - Details


Patterns of Aranjuez 1955

Oil on canvas
78.75 x 69.25 inches
SOLD

Untitled - Details


Untitled 1955

Oil on canvas
28.75 x 60 inches

Village Church Fête - Details


Village Church Fête (also known as Harvest Festival) c 1967

Oil on canvas
72 x 60 inches

Northern Light - Details


Northern Light 1966

Oil on canvas
78 x 81 inches

Bluebell - Details


Bluebell 1972

Oil on canvas
72.5 x 69.25 inches

Untitled - Details


Untitled c 1961

Oil on canvas
16 x 20 inches
SOLD

First and Second Days of Creation - Details


First and Second Days of Creation 1960

Oil on canvas diptych
each 81 x 51 inches

Untitled - Details


Untitled 1959

Oil on canvas (oval)
19.5 x 24 inches