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Painting occasional eureka: Revisiting Paul Feiler and the St Ives School

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Painting, said Paul Feiler, is ‘precarious, troublesome, anxious-making’. And yet – just occasionally – it produces ‘a wonderful sense of eureka’. In this illustrated talk, with audio extracts from an interview with Feiler, writer and broadcaster Michael Bird will explore the artist’s life and work that contributed to the modern and abstract British Art scene from the 1940s to the 60s; drawing on Feiler’s relationship with contemporaries among the St Ives School including Peter Lanyon, Roger Hilton and Bryan Wynter. For all these artists - in different ways - painting was an intense process of self-discovery.

This talk is free to attend with a valid entry ticket or invitation to the Fair. Tickets can be purchased here: londonartfair.co.uk/tickets

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