John Ridgewell

surrealist British artist, 1937 - 2004


John liked to play with the idea of a picture, painting paintings within the painting, perhaps challenging the viewers concept of what a painting is. John refused to be drawn on why he constructed his image in a particular way, much preferring to hear what the viewer thought.

The picture above is painted already hung upon a wall. The wall it is illustrated as hung upon is from the inside of the house illustrated.

The first image in the gallery below is a lithograph, a system John experimented with briefly, but did not pursue.