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Patrick Heron review – brilliant, colourful and completely out of order

Tate St Ives
Patrick Heron’s giant abstracts could make you swoon – if the thematic organisation of this show weren’t so infuriatingPatrick Heron’s Cadmium With Violet, Scarlet, Emerald, Lemon and Venetian: 1969 has about the most prosaic and cumbersome title of any work of art I know: say it aloud, and its pedantry and precision sound close to comical. But to stand before it – all 80 or so square feet of it – is to experience a powerful sense of exaltation. This is a painting that seems so absolutely ri

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