John John - Biography - Louis K. Meisel Gallery
John Salt, 2011
John Salt (b. 1937, Birmingham, England) is a British artist who earned his M.F.A. from Maryland Institute College of Art. Salt’s focus is on the rural American landscape, often in various stages of decline. These works have a solemn and haunting quality. He employs a painting technique unique among the Photorealists of spraying the paint through stencils onto the canvas. Salt has exhibited widely since the 1960s and after twenty years in New York City, has returned to England where he currently lives and paints.

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Fairlane with White Wildflowers, oil on linen, 1972
Side Street Parking, watercolor on paper, 1987
Mobile Home with Porches, watercolor on paper, 1977
Light Blue Trailer Home, watercolor on paper, 1984
Parked Riviera, watercolor on paper,
Blue Mobile Home, oil on linen, 1992-93
Untitled, oil on linen, 1990
Desert Wreck, lithograph, 1972
Bride, oil on canvas, 1969
Albuquerque Wreck Yard, oil on canvas, 1972
Two Chevies in a Wreck Yard, oil on canvas, 1976
Bride, oil on canvas, 1969
Catskill Classics, oil on canvas, 2014
Red Mailbox 2, casein on linen, 2015
SoHo Parking Lot, casein on linen, 2016
Catskill Ridge, watercolor, 2016-17
SoHo Parking 2, graphite and watercolor on paper, 2018