- Paul Morrison, English, 1966
- Born: Liverpool, England
- Work Locations: Sheffield, England, London, England
Paul Morrison’s monochromatic paintings are a vivid exploration in gesture and form. Morrison paints trees, flowers and other plant imagery and manipulates traditional notions of perspective and proportion. In Sweat Leaf, 2003, Morrison depicts a large flat, dandelion whose scale dominates and dwarfs the trees and its surrounding landscape. Morrison is inspired by a variety of sources including botanical woodcuts, biological illustrations and old master drawings by artists such as Albrecht Durer.
Born in Liverpool, England, Paul Morrison received a BFA from Sheffield City Polytechnic in 1988 and an MFA from Goldsmiths College of Art, London, in 1998.
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