Regents Park, Sunset (massed clouds) 1967 Oil on board 13 x 16 ins
Garden Wall in Sun. 1968 (Elizabeth Jane Howard’s Garden in Maida Vale) Oil on Board 16 x 20 ins.
Regents Park. 1970 Oil on canvas 20 x 24 ins.
Lemmons bathroom window. c.1971 Oil on canvas 26x30 ins
Swings at iken, 1976 Oil on board 12x16 ins
One Tree Hill, 1978 Oil on board 36 x 48 ins.
Frances reading at Lyndhurst Grove c.1988 Oil on canvas 57 x 70 ins.
Stepladder by the River c.1992 Oil on canvas 48 x 60 ins
The Yellow Cabin Umbrian Morning. 1994 Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 ins.
Sun and Heat (Kerela). 1999 Oil on canvas 30 x 40 ins
Hotel Bar, 2005 Oil on canvas 37 x 40 inches
Identical Twins. c.2010 Oil on canvas 48 x 38 ins.
Figures by a River. 2015 Oil on canvas, 78 x 72 ins
Light and Space - Cadogan Contemporary
Light and Space at Cadogan Contemporary was initially conceived as an exhibition to celebrate Sargy Manns long relationship with the gallery. Sargy first showed with Cadogan in 1987 which was the first of nineteen solo shows there. In the 1980’s and early 90’s the gallery also showed the work of many of Sargy’s friends and students including Catherine Goodman, Sarah Chatto, Graham Giles, Julie Giles, Dick Lee, Tony Eyton, Frances Mann and more.
The exhibition featured thirteen paintings, each one an important work from a different period. The first from the mid 1960’s and the last, one of the very last paintings Sargy worked on in 2015.
The fact that his work was in a continual state of evolution was one of the things that defined Sargy as an artist, he always talked about having ‘a fear, a hatred of repeating himself’ and so as he changed and the world he was experiencing changed so must his way of painting.
The text for the catalogue was written by Martin Herbert.