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Self portrait of Paul Hutchinson squinting into the light. He is wearing a red top and glasses. One eye is partly closed. The painting is worked up in dabs of paint and quick lines scratched into the paint surface. It is rendered predominantly in browns, reds, blues, white and yellow.
A painting of a plastic deer lying on its side. The deer is casting a shadow and the angle of the deer's head creates the illusion of the deer kissing it's own shadow. The painting is predominantly rendered in browns, yellows, ochres, white and black. Paul Hutchinson began an ongoing series of paintings focussing on plastic toys in 1981.
Oil painting depicting paperback book on a wooden table. Cover of book is lime green and top flap is partially lifted revealing underneath text. Along top edge of book the words "New Plymouth Public Library" are printed. White book mark inserted two thirds of the way through. Speckled pink background.