Gordon Onslow Ford’s cosmic paintings reused elements and featured a "personnage" that voyaged from one to another. This work was the final and largest of a series exploring the “inner sky."   "All One's Company" by Gordon Onslow Ford, 1993, acrylic on canv
The first major work on Gordon Onslow Ford, a 1930s surrealist painter who spent the last 40 years of his life in Inverness, was released last month by the Lucid Art Foundation, titled “A Man on a Green Island.” The 348-page fine press book spans from Mr. Onslow Ford’s first painting, of a rug

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