Bowl of Cherries

Breon O'Casey

Oil On Paper
Image 400x600 Frame 610x810mm

Breon O'Casey, known for his tenure with The St. Ives Society in the 60's, really achieved his strongest and most unique pictoral language in the ensuing years. 'Dark Sky' and 'Cherries' are prime examples of his post cubist visual language. These later works rose to prominence in the late 90's with the aquisition of seven oil on paper pieces and a sculpture by The Tate Gallery for its permanent collection.