The American-born artist, John Hubbard, has lived and worked in England for over forty years. He is a landscape painter of an unconventional type, in that he fuses elements of Chinese painting and contemporary abstraction within the tradition of late 19th century European landscape sensibility. The result is work which conveys a strong sense of the feel of landscape, its essence and physical presence. As the New York Times critic wrote in 1986: “these are paintings to be savoured by those who like consistency in art”.
Courtesy of the artist’s website.