Red, Black on Grey, 1971
Hoyland went to live and work in the United States in the late 1960s where he was welcomed into the company of the New York artists. Though sharing their belief of using colour for its own sake, Hoyland did not embrace the American tendency towards minimalism and extreme simplification; instead, he built on the traditions of British and Northern European colouristic expressionism, opting for varied and textured surfaces that emphasized the tactile quality of the paint. Hoyland died in 2011.
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