Alan Green: Ordinary World

The late Alan Green (1932 – 2003) was a British abstract painter much admired by his contemporaries for his exploration of technique, texture and colour. He wanted to create “ordinary paintings as ordinary as the real world”, free from the theoretical constraints of art history.

Green enjoyed a long and close relationship with gallery owner Annely Juda and her son David. 

*Alan Green: Selected Works from 1972 to 2003, Green's 13th solo exhibition at Annely Juda Fine Art in London, has now ended.



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