These paintings have been grouped under the 'Abstracts' heading. They are obviously less figurative than much of Dick's work, but they may and usually do have their origin in the 'real' world. They have varying degrees of figuration. Some of these works originate from direct observations of particular landscape features, often close up, for instance the first three. Some of them may show the influence of artists such as Ben Nicholson, Wiliam Scott, Roger Hilton, but indirectly. Some originate from 'messing about' with charcoal and other media in a sketchbook.
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