Puddle by Deborah Lanyon


This work is being sold as part of the Artists Support Pledge.  After any card/bank fees are paid, 100% of the money from this sale will go directly to the artist.  Once each artist has managed to make £1,000 in sales, they pledge to buy a work from another artist.  This offers a unique chance for you to inexpensively own a small work of art by one of the gallery’s contemporary artists.

This painting has been created by Deborah on board and is framed.  Please note that we may need to also ask you to cover the cost of delivery, depending on where you live.  If you would like to check the cost of this before you buy, please just email us first.




Additional information


Acrylic on board



Original / Edition



30 x 30 cm


Deborah Lanyon’s semi-abstract paintings come from a generation of artists, mostly men, including John Hoyland, Frank Bowling, Howard Hodgkin and Sean Scully.  Like those artists, she works rapidly and physically with canvases positioned on the floor, letting the paint have its own voice.  Yet the feminine subtleties give the work interest and difference from those of the male painters in this genre.  The paintings are the voice of a woman and a reflection of her personality: physical but effortless; dynamic yet soft; harmonious and rhythmic. When she visits a place, she uses all her senses: sound, smell, taste and touch to dictate to the paint, which are sometimes painted in-situ or done from memory on the floor of her studio.

Go to Top