Eyes and No Eyes
- Art Funded
- 114.3 x 91.5 cm
- Private collection
Bramley was seen as the leading exponent of the square brush technique Â– using the flat of a broad square brush to lay the paint onto the canvas in a jigsaw of brush-strokes intended to mimic the atmospheric effects of light. This acquisition enables Penlee House to have one of the Newlyn SchoolÂ’s key figures properly represented in its collections for the first time.
Merla Isabel Adair; Christie's, 1995; Richard Green; private collection; private collection, 2008.