John Hoyland

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I found John Hoyland piece very interesting because at first glance i thought that this painting was 3D but then as i stood there and analysed what i was seeing i realised that in fact the painting was 2 dimensional, he worked with colour and the relationship between it and thought can you use colour to create something that looks 3d on a 2D service and i think he completed that very well because at first you look at it and it does look 3D and as you move around you see the painting a bit more differently at a different angle.

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