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John Piper (1903-1992) VIEW BIOGRAPHY CLOSE BIOGRAPHY

Painter of architecture, landscapes, flowers and abstracts in oils, watercolours and gouache; draughtsman, collagist, printmaker; stained glass, textile and theatrical designer; illustrator, maker of reliefs and constructions, photographer and writer. Born in Epsom, he worked as an articled clerk, 1921-6, before studying under Coxon at Richmond School of Art in 1926, and at the RCA 1927-9, where he studied painting under Martin Kestleman and stained glass under Francis Spear. In 1927 he met Braque and Henry Moore and in 1929 married Eileen Holding.

He exhibited at the London Group from 1931, wrote criticism for the New Statesman and The Listener from 1933, and in 1934 began to make abstract constructions, becoming a member, and subsequently secretary of the Seven and Five Society...

Still Life with Landscape Beyond - John Piper

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Still Life with Landscape Beyond, 1932

Gouache and watercolour on paper
38.5 x 46.5 cms
(15.13 x 18.27 in)

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