c.1969, watercolour on whatman paper
The precision and expertise that is emblematic of his work comes from early training as a draughtsman and book binder. As is evident in this piece, Wyles’ work is characterised by an attention to detail. His favoured medium of watercolour provided his work with a refined quality; the brushstrokes are more evident and contain more shading than in the more graphic
The original painting art board is approximately 30 cm wide x 41 cm tall. The artwork is float mounted on to conservation grade mountboard and presented in a white wooden box frame glazed with anti-reflective glass.