Man Holding a Woman’s Dress Watching Her Walk Away, 1977

The bulk of Robert Lenkiewicz’s output is figurative painting, of which he was a natural master, but he regularly experimented with other artistic styles, especially when exploring psychological and esoteric themes.

Many influences from twentieth-century art can be detected in his more adventurous paintings, including Surrealism, Expressionism, Vorticism and Cubism.