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Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Brilliant pink / Indigo blue / Scheveningen yellow medium) ’, 2021
Jason Martin
Untitled (Brilliant pink / Indigo blue / Scheveningen yellow medium), 2021
Oil on linen (on aluminium)
224 (h) x 218 x 17 cm
88¼ (h) x 85¾ x 6¾ in
2/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Graphite grey / Ideal rose / Mixed white)’, 2019
Jason Martin
Untitled (Graphite grey / Ideal rose / Mixed white), 2019
Oil on aluminium
178 (h) x 178 x 11 cm
70 (h) x 70 x 4¼ in
3/22
A light blue painting by Jason Martin, almost monochromatic
Jason Martin
Untitled (Mixed white/Emerald green/Sepia), 2019
Oil on aluminium
178 (h) x 178 x 11 cm
70 (h) x 70 x 4¼ in

Jason Martin’s large painting oscillates along the thin line between abstraction and representation, something which the artist has repeatedly fathomed and differentiated in various groups of works in recent years. In the new painting planned for Paris, Jason Martin uses a blue color palette in different hues and tones to create a painting of immense depth, space and physical presence. The nature of the non-representational painting constantly stimulates the viewer’s imagination, reminiscent of a seascape or sky.
4/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Ultramarine blue/Prussian blue)’, 2022
Jason Martin
Untitled (Ultramarine blue/Prussian blue), 2022
Mixed media on aluminium
66 (h) x 56 x 8 cm
26 (h) x 22 x 3¼ in
5/22
Jason Martin, ‘Polychrome Futures’, Installation view, Buchmann Galerie, 2020
Jason Martin
Polychrome Futures, 2020
Installation view
Buchmann Galerie
6/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Brilliant pink / Ideal rose)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Brilliant pink / Ideal rose), 2020
Oil on aluminium
200 (h) x 256 x 15 cm
78¾ (h) x 100¾ x 6 in
7/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Turquoise blue deep / Caribbean blue)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Turquoise blue deep / Caribbean blue), 2020
Oil on aluminium
150 (h) x 150 x 10 cm
59 (h) x 59 x 4 in
8/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Brilliant pink / Mixed white)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Brilliant pink / Mixed white), 2020
Oil on aluminium
242 (h) x 200 x 15 cm
95¼ (h) x 78¾ x 6 in
9/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Caribbean blue / Zinc green deep)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Caribbean blue / Zinc green deep), 2020
Oil on aluminium
150 (h) x 150 x 10 cm
59 (h) x 59 x 4 in
10/22
Jason Martin, ‘Polychrome Futures’, Installation view, Buchmann Galerie, 2020
Jason Martin
Polychrome Futures, 2020
Installation view
Buchmann Galerie
11/22
A large black painting by the British artist
Jason Martin
Fuji, 2010
Oil on aluminium
300 (h) x 221 x 15 cm
118 (h) x 87 x 6 in
12/22
A large black painting by the british artist with a person standing next to it.
Jason Martin
Fuji, 2010
Oil on aluminium
300 (h) x 221 x 15 cm
118 (h) x 87 x 6 in

Fuji is a wonderful example for Jason Martin’s brushed oil paintings. The smooth, gleaming monochrome oil paint, combed onto an aluminium ground in thin layers and gentle waves, traces the painter’s expressive gesture and creates an impression of mobility. Like a curtain or a veil, the optical impression is located between the viewer and the extremely tense tactile quality of the picture surface.
13/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Mixed white / Brilliant yellow deep / Caribbean blue)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Mixed white / Brilliant yellow deep / Caribbean blue), 2020
Oil on aluminium
178 (h) x 148 x 9 cm
70 (h) x 58¼ x 3½ in
14/22
Jason_Martin_Thysia
Jason Martin
Thysia (Quinacridone red / Quinacridone scarlet), 2015
Mixed media on aluminium
64 (h) x 48 x 12 cm
25¼ (h) x 19 x 4¾ in
15/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Pale orange)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Pale orange), 2020
Cold process dye on watercolour paper
76 x 58 cm
30 x 22¾ in
16/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Dioxazine mauve)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Dioxazine mauve), 2020
Cold process dye on watercolor paper
76 x 58 cm
30 x 22¾ in
17/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled (Pale green)’, 2020
Jason Martin
Untitled (Pale green), 2020
Cold process dye on watercolor paper
76 x 58 cm
30 x 22¾
18/22
Jason Martin, ‘Arrabel’, 2013
Jason Martin
Arrabel, 2013
Oil on aluminium
94 (h) x 70 x 10 cm
37 (h) x 27½ x 4 in

Arrabel has a dark-red body color and many thin layers of a darker, almost black color.
19/22
Jason Martin, ‘Victorian’, 2010
Jason Martin
Victorian, 2010
Oil on aluminium
200 x 166 cm
78¾ x 65¼ in
20/22
Jason Martin, ‘Untitled II’, 2018
Jason Martin
Untitled II, 2018
Mixed media and gold leaf on aluminium
76 x 57 cm
30 x 22½ in

This work has an all over texture and is gold-plated with gold leaf. 
Jason Martin is referencing the use of gold in the history of painting when used for precious works or details in paintings.
21/22
Jason Martin, ‘Vertigo’, 2006
Jason Martin
Vertigo, 2006
Oil on aluminium
220 x 500 cm
86½ x 196¾ in

Vertigo is an outstanding example for Jason Martin’s brushed oil paintings. The smooth, gleaming monochrome oil paint, combed onto an aluminium ground in thin layers and gentle waves, traces the painter’s expressive gesture and creates an impression of mobility reminiscent of drapery, landscape or a geological formation. Like a curtain or a veil, the optical impression is located between the viewer and the extremely tense tactile quality of the picture surface. This dialectic of movement and stillness, which is so characteristic of painting, permeates all of Jason Martin’s work. The light models the brushwork, making it appear almost sculptural.
22/22
Jason Martin, Installation view, Buchmann Galerie, 2018
Jason Martin
Installation view
Buchmann Galerie