A garden scene in green and yellow nuance. The painting is part of a series (see illustrated catalogue of retrospective exhibition held at The Fine Art Society and The London Institute Gallery in 1997) of paintings of places with people in them. People who identifiable, not as formal likenesses but through aspects of their person and their personality. The shape of a head, a certain posture, a particular gesture, a detail of dress, a suggestion of hairstyle - coded body language. The series of the Chelsea Arts Club include: Leonard Rosoman's Lunch at the Chelsea Arts Club with Carel Wright, oil on board, 1991. Since then and until now Eileen Hogan has produced a series of smaller paintings and digital prints. The first prints were produced when the artist was Artist in Residence at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology with a Churchill Fellowship for New Technology and the Arts. The most recent painting by Eileen Hogan was shown in the Royal Academy Summer Show 2002.
The Chelsea Arts Club by Eileen Hogan
|Material:||oil on board|
|Measurements:||630 x 630 mm|
|Location:||University of the Arts London, 65 Davies Street, London W1K 5DA|
|Rights owner:||Eileen Hogan|
|Rights status:||UK HE use only|
|Institution:||University of the Arts London|