The British artist studied fine art and engraving at the Slade School in London. In the years between 1960 and 1974, he immigrated to Cyprus and then to Trieste, Italy. Geometric shapes and concepts organize his compositions, the artist giving emphasis to the expressive use of colour. His works are enriched by the human form as well as elements of ancient Greek art.
John Corbidge, Untitled, 1997, Oil on board, 99 x 99 cm