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Exhibition brings together recent work with earlier paintings from the 1970's and 80's by Edwina Leapman

Edwina Leapman and Annely Juda Fine Art have a long-standing history together, resulting in numerous solo shows since her first with the gallery in 1976. This exhibition brings together recent work with earlier paintings from the 1970?s and 80?s, highlighting Leapman?s move from the early monochromatic canvases to the more recent coloured paintings. The early works show pronounced lines that are rendered in thin transparent whites, whereas the later work contrasts broad colourful brushstrokes painted over contrasting base colours; ranging from shimmering blues to dark reds and purples.
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