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IMAGE TITLE DATE SIZE & MEDIUM
Impromptu 12.30pm & 1.20pm & 1.50pm

(late night landscape)
1974 ??cm (??") x ??cm (??")

Oils on board
Infinite regress 1974 40cm (16") x 23cm (9")

Ink on paper
'A form of irrationality, a strong objection to the validity of a line of reasoning. Usually used to dismiss as nonsense any assertions which lead to an infinite regress.'
It is sometimes charged against philosophy that it achieves no agreed results 1989 28cm (11") x 41cm (16")

Oils on canvas on board
See full quote below
'It is sometimes charged against philosophy that it achieves no agreed results. It is said, further, that not only does it not, but it cannot, achieve them. Thus philosophy must from its very nature be a barren pursuit, and barren pursuits are to be condemned. The philosopher is a man drunk with the exuberence of his own intelligence; he is a man who lights a torch to see the sun rise; he is a blind man looking in a dark room for a black cat that isn't there... and so on.'

Quote, by C.E.M. Joad, is from 'Encyclopedia of modern knowledge'; Hammerton; Vol.1, P.18, Col. 1
I picked the hunchback up and slipped him into my pocket - I 1989 40cm (16") x 30cm (12")

Oils on board
Title is the opening line of 'OTLEY'

See
'I picked the hunchback up and slipped him into my pocket - I&II'
I picked the hunchback up and slipped him into my pocket - II 1989 40cm (16") x 30cm (12")

Oils on board
Title is the opening line of 'OTLEY'

See
'I picked the hunchback up and slipped him into my pocket - I&II'
In cellar and in attic, the infinite ghostly army of the inevitable march of history 1999 59cm (23") x 42cm (16")

Collage, acrylic, marker, crayon, on card
Infinity's mid-point - Variation 1 2006 65cm (25.5") x 48.5cm (19")

Digital collage / computer generated
See
'Infinity's mid-point'
Infinity's mid-point - Variation 2 2006 65cm (25.5") x 48.5cm (19")

Digital collage / computer generated
See
'Infinity's mid-point'


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