Rodrigo Moynihan


Rodrigo Moynihan, ‘Objective Abstraction’ c.1935–6
Objective Abstraction c.1935–6
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(Herbert George) Rodrigo Moynihan (17 October 1910 – 6 November 1990) was an English painter, credited with being a pioneer of abstract painting in England.

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Rodrigo Moynihan Portrait Group


Rodrigo Moynihan Figure in Studio



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Objective abstraction

The term objective abstraction refers to a non-geometric style of abstract art developed by a group of British artists in ...

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