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Although Scully has said that this painting is about ‘a land that doesn’t exist’, the warm colours and balanced composition have been linked to his brief stay in California during the mid-1980s. ‘I needed my work to grow, to be less overtly physical and more intensely emotional and psychological’, he has said. The painting consists of three separate panels, with two C-shaped canvases enclosing the central square.

September 2004