Pallant House Gallery is delighted to present a solo exhibition of work by Self-Taught artist Roy Anderson, whose prolific output occurred within the space of a decade between 1960 and 1970. Roy’s works are a reflection of his experiences as a child and his memory of the Second World War and subsequently, how these experiences have affected his views on politics, religion and philosophy.

Citing Maurice Utrillo, Francisco Goya and Paul Gauguin amongst his artistic influences, Roy's work is a very human expression of a time in his life that was shaped heavily by the burden of modern warfare and his compassion for people, as well as his strong Socialist political beliefs. The exhibition will showcase selected works from Roy's extensive range of Expressionist-style paintings, many of which are seemingly influenced by the Cubist movement, Post-Impressionism and the work of the German Expressionists.

To view more of Roy's work please visit the Outside In website.