Oulton's work is essentially abstract though her early work often resembles rocky landscapes. Later works, often executed in a thick impasto, are abstract compositions with complicated and carefully worked surfaces.
A number of Oulton's later works use multiple repeated images, often with slight variations between the repetitions.
- Archeus biography
- exhibit in Tate Gallery
- Artnet page
- Undoings lithographs
- Thérèse Oulton on Artcyclopedia
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