26 February 2018

Submerging Artists: Rebirthing A Genre By Edward Lucie-Smith

It’s become noticeable that while the British art world – it’s museum dominated segment in particular – still prattles happily about ‘emerging artists’, convincing examples of this species have become rarer and rarer.

29 September 2015

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Peter Lanyon’s Gliding Paintings To Open At The Courtauld Gallery

This major exhibition explores a remarkable and unprecedented series of paintings by Peter Lanyon, one of Britain’s most important and original Post-War artists. Lanyon (1918-64) sought to create a new vision of landscape painting for the modern era. He considered himself to be extending the landscape traditions of earlier artists, in particular Turner, whom he […]

19 September 2014

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MIMA Celebrates Twenty-First Anniversary Of Tate St Ives With New Show

Tate St Ives in collaboration with mima present major works by artists Barbara Hepworth, Peter Lanyon and Patrick Heron will be seen alongside that of their international contemporaries and influences in a new exhibition. The new show is curated to celebrate the twenty-first anniversary of the opening of Tate St Ives gallery, and represents the […]