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Peter Bunting

Peter Bunting is a British painter with a background in philosophy as well as fine art. His early work was landscape-based, dealing with themes of growth and natural forces, and his painting continues to be an 'ordering process' and an exploration of the relationship between surfaces and space. This consistent and recurring involvement in landscape as a subject has resurfaced again as a result of recent stylistic developments in his work: the process of making transcriptions of paintings by Corot and Watteau has led Bunting to look again at 'trees and their world' using a deliberately contrived method of representing nature.

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Paintings



Study after Watteau's Embarquement pour Cythère - Details


Study after Watteau's Embarquement pour Cythère 2009-10
10 x 14 inches
Oil on canvas

Study after Watteau's The Scale of Love - Details


Study after Watteau's The Scale of Love 2009-10
10 x 14 inches
Oil on canvas

Cathedral with Two Trees - Details


Cathedral with Two Trees 2010
7.75 x 11.75 inches
Oil on board

Cathedral with Tree - Details


Cathedral with Tree 2010
7 x 9.5 inches
Oil on board

Trees and House - Details


Trees and House 2008
24 x 36 inches
Oil on canvas

Woods iii - Details


Woods iii 2009
44 x 58 inches
Oil on canvas

L'etang a l'arbre penche - Details


L'etang a l'arbre penche (after Corot) 2003
44 x 66 inches
Oil on canvas

Private collection



The Blue Hour - Details


The Blue Hour 2002
44 x 66 inches
Oil on canvas

Two Worlds - Details


Two Worlds 2000
21.75 x 51 inches
Oil on board

Transcription: All That Is Solid Melts into Air<br> - Details


Transcription: All That Is Solid Melts into Air
2005
40 x 60 inches
Oil on canvas

Private collection