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Reviewed by Marina Vaizey
June 19 1977


Anthony Stokes’  gallery in Langley Court, a row of banana ripening warehouses, has opened with Colin Crumpling’s new paintings. Their subject as is quite normal nowadays,is the techniques of art itself, but they are saved from triviality because they are so handsome.  His ‘Homage a Queneau” drawings comprise 100 different ways of drawing a cup, and stem from his interest in Queneu’s “Exercises in Style”. Wit, humour and flair neatly blended.