The Kingdom I

by Nick Malone

Paintings - 183.0cm x 183.0cm x 6.0cm

£6,500

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    Type | Original Art
    Medium | Paintings > Acrylic
    Style | Abstract
    Subject | Abstract
    Year | 2012
    Size | 183.0cm x 183.0cm x 6.0cm
    Ready to hang | Yes
    Signed | Yes, on verso
    Materials | Acrylic on canvas
  • Rise Art

    The Insider Rise Art says:

    "With a career that spans literature, academia and now art in the widest sense, Nick Malone is a true polymath; constantly pushing the limits of his practice. Today, Malone’s artistic endeavours concatenate this multifaceted practice, merging canvas with scrawled text and books that double as graphic novels.

    Realist responses to the personal apparitions of his childhood past coalesce with abstracted compositions that distill the human form to its most basic structural essence- bare linearity. Malone uses his practice to explore both these poles and the liminal boundary in between.
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    Need to know

    • Nick's fascinating works explore the boundary between abstraction and realism.
    • The artist has shown his work at the Royal Academy, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Bankside Gallery and Tate Modern.
    • These are sophisticated pieces that would work well in any contemporary interior.
  • The Kingdom I

    ‘The Kingdom' series is a story of exploration set in an imaginary rainforest. Like 'Jason Smith's Nocturnal Opera', the paintings involves interaction with writing through changing layers and glazes of ambiguity, but here, instead of pre-planned narrative, the series was advanced through correspondence between the pictures themselves, discoveries of elements in one painting prompting new developments in the next, with intent and chance co-existing through willed and unwilled areas of paint.

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    Nick Malone

    Nick Malone is a British artist who works across disciplines. Not only is he a visual artist, but he is also well known for his poetry. Nick’s paintings and drawings explore the boundary between abstraction and realism, encouraging the eye to travel across an archeology of marks, words and textures. These are sophisticated pieces that inspire feeling and thought.

    The artist has a background in Fine Art and Literature. He holds MA degrees in both subjects from Central Saint Martins and Queen Mary University respectively.

    Nick has exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Dulwich Picture Ga…

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