Souter’s vistas are not the receding, pastoral kind, but rather show small holdings and side cuttings, the left-over strips of land where detritus haphazardly gathers and nature curls its way around it. Here Souter used aluminium paint to depict the metallic light of the moment. In his The Irish Imagination Brian O’Doherty included Souter as part of a ‘particular strain of Irish artists working in an atmospheric mode …characterized by an uneasy and restless fix on the unimportant’.
|Medium||Oil and aluminium on paper laid on board|
|Dimensions||64 x 98 cm|
|Credit Line||IMMA Collection: Heritage Gift by the Bank of Ireland from the Bank of Ireland collection, 2008|
|Copyright||For copyright information, please contact the IMMA Collections team: [email protected].|
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