Window, c. 1970, oil pastel , 7in x 5in (17.8cm x 12.7cm)
Interior with figure, c. 1970, oil pastel , 6in x 5in (15.2cm x 12.7cm)
Large tree, c.1975, oil pastel , 8in x 10in (20.3cm x 25.4cm)
Trees, Tuscany, c.1989, gouache and graphite , 8in x 9in (20.3cm x 22.9cm)
Gloucestershire, c.1985, gouache and graphite , 8in x 10in (20.3cm x 25.4cm)
Italy, c.1990, gouache and graphite , 8in x 10in (20.3cm x 25.4cm)
Sun and trees, c.1988, gouache and graphite , 10in x 11.5in (25.4cm x 29.2cm)
Drawing studio Camden Arts Centre, c.1970, charcoal and chalk , 30in x 22in (76.2cm x 56cm)
St. Giles garden Camberwell, c.1986, gouache , 22in x 30in (56cm x 76.2cm)
Lying nude sun on wall, meeting house lane studio, December 1967, oil on paper, 22in x 30in (55.9cm x 76.2cm)
Little life room, Camberwell Art school sun on wall, December 1967, oil on paper, 22in x 30in (55.9cm x 76.2cm)
Jane's garden ash and pear, May/June 1968, oil on paper, 30in x 22in (76.2cm x 55.9cm)
Garden at Maida Vale, 1967, oil on paper, 22in x 30in (55.9cm x 76.2cm)
Sargy Mann (29 May 1937 – 5 April 2015) was a British Painter and one of the most extraordinary artists of recent times. Both a landscape and figurative painter, his diverse work are recognisable by their bright colour scheme and focus on light. Although deeply influenced by Cezanne and Bonnard his paintings attain a remarkable originality.
Mann was undeterred by his failing vision and continued finding new ways of seeing, even though his final complete blindness. The colours featured in Mann’s work reflect the stages of his changing vision and the effects of each eye operation.
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