Punjab by Bridget Riley

One of a series of paintings in which Riley explores the optical relationships set up by the combination of the colours red, blue and green.

Details

Medium:
Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions:
145 x 365 cm
Art Fund grant:
£15,000 ( Total: £80,643)
Acquired in:
1992
Vendor:
Bridget Riley

The title with its Indian associations refers to her impression of the strong flat colours- particularly reds, often with whites, yellows, blues and greens, used in some schools of Indian miniature painting.

Provenance

Bridget Riley.

Venue details

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum Argyle Street, GLASGOW Strathclyde G3 8AG 0141 276 9599 www.glasgowlife.org.uk/kelvingrove

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