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Michael Stokoe (1933-)   BIOGRAPHY

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Colour values: space weight and perspective, 1966
Framed (ref: 6592)
Mixed media, signed in pencil, and framed by the artist on a painted purple ground
19 x 19 in. (48 1/2 x 48 1/2 cm).

 


In the mid 1960's stokoe embarked on a small series of screen prints. 'exploring colour values, using space, weigh and perspective' in a way that led to a series coloured sculptures



Michael Stokoe (1933-)

Painter, draughtsman, printmaker and teacher, born and lived in London. He was a student at St Martin's School of Art, 1953-7. He worked for the advertising agency Charles Hobson and Associates, then in the marketing department of Iliffe Press. Was a member of the Printmakers' Council and showed at RA, R01, Young Contemporaries, Arnolfini Gallery in Bristol and in 1967 John Moores Liverpool Exhibition. Solo shows included Bear Lane Gallery in Oxford, Drian Galleries and ZellaGallery,1998. Stokoe taught at Ravensbourne College of Design, 1966-96. Victoria & Albert Museum, public galleries in Hull, Leeds and Liverpool and a large number of educational authorities hold examples. Stokoe's work in several mediums included hard-edge colour-field paint¬ings and prints, Op-Art, wall-based constructions and later more Fauvist-style works. His prints were published by Editions Alecto, Annely Juda and the Collectors' Guild in America.

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