'Florentine Villas' being an early example of textiles influenced by his work ( I saw this painting in the Pompidou in 1980's and for a long time had the poster on my wall ). So the current exhibition at Tate Modern was unmissable - I went last night after work ( late night opening on Fridays). I debated whether to buy the catalogue in advance - after all I have 6 books of his work but guess what , I succumbed! The approach was very different from the Hayward exhibition in 2002 being chronological which gave an insight to how series developed. Also I've moved on in those 12 years and my tastes have changed a little although I've still a soft spot for the patterns of 'Pastorale' and Structural II 1924 126 (below)
Tunisian watercolours I love, there was a lot that was new to me, like the wonderful lively marks in 'looking out of a cave' 1929 281. And with using a lot of red in my own work recently , I was more aware of how he's used that colour as a focal point.
mudflats I've taken so many photos of!
Australia exhibition at the RA was a linocut by GW Bot ' Gethsemane' on tapa cloth, so much so I bought a lino printing press with the intention of replicating my stitch marks in a similar way.