Search Results for "graham sutherland"

28 March 2013

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Graham Sutherland Exhibition Announced for Lake District’s Abbot Hall Gallery

A new exhibition exploring the British artist Graham Sutherland (1903-1980), one of the great British landscape painters during the 1940s and 50s, is to...

26 October 2011

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Graham Sutherland New Oxford Exhibition

Turner Prize Nominee George Shaw Curates Sutherland Exhibition Turner Prize 2011 nominee, George Shaw is curating an exhibition, this winter of works on paper...

28 September 2022

London Art Fairs Autumn 2022 – Artlyst Guide

Artlyst has compiled a comprehensive guide to the best of the fairs coming to the capital this Autumn.

14 July 2022

Grayson Perry Tapestries On Show At Salisbury Cathedral – Rev Jonathan Evens

The Vanity of Small Differences is an exhibition of six huge tapestries by Grayson Perry, which has recently opened to the public at Salisbury...

30 November 2021

AA Bronson and General Idea Film Launches World AIDS Day In Piccadilly Circus – Derek Jarman’s Modern Nature A New Exhibition

VideoVirus is a powerful new film by AA Bronson and General Idea. Reimagining their historic Imagevirus for a global audience

2 October 2021

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Turner Prize 2021: A Collective Experience – Sue Hubbard

In a year dominated by the pandemic, it was decided not to award the Turner Prize to an individual but to a collective.

11 July 2021

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Sidney Nolan: Colour of the Sky – Auschwitz Paintings – Revd Jonathan Evens

The Australian modernist Sidney Nolan was among those responding in this way, but his responses have remained unseen and unappreciated within his archive until...

4 February 2021

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Creating During Crisis: With Matthew Burrows MBE – Zavier Ellis – Paul Carter Robinson FRSA

In this talk organised by the London Art Fair Paul Carter Robinson FRSA Editor of Artlyst welcomes panelists Matthew Burrows MBE Artist and...

19 July 2020

Wartime London Explored in Paintings – Marina Vaizey

London was never invaded, but London has been at war. The look of London during the Blitz and after is captured in this marvel...

6 April 2020

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Art In Isolation More Industry Interviews – Oliver Malin

If this isn't your first time visiting this series, thank you for your returning custom.

2 January 2020

London Art Exhibitions Preview A Month By Month Guide 2020

We’ve just welcomed in not only a new year but a new decade. So let's look forward to the exciting exhibitions that will be...

25 July 2019

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Art, Faith, Church Patronage and Modernity – Rev Jonathan Evens

Two recent publications explore the place that religious Art occupied in 20th century Britain. Paul Liss writes in ‘Art, Faith and Modernity’ of the...

17 December 2018

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London Art Fair Returns For 2019 Bumper Edition

The London Art Fair 2019 (LAF) returns to the capital from 16-20 January to obliterate the winter blues and give us a boost of...

1 September 2018

Glenn Brown: Appropriated Images Changing Shape, Form, Colour – Laing Art Gallery

Glenn Brown returns to his North East roots with a new show at the Laing in Newcastle. The internationally acclaimed artist has reimagined the...

22 July 2018

Sacred Noise: Explores Religion, Faith And Divinity – Revd Jonathan Evens

Sacred Noise explores themes of religion, faith and divinity in post-war and contemporary art through 30 works shown at Christie’s

15 April 2018

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Picasso To Souza: The Crucifixion Imagery Rarely Exhibited – Revd Jonathan Evens

Overshadowed by iconic images from Picasso 1932 and Bacon/Freud two of the Tate’s current exhibitions feature powerfully expressive crucifixion images.

27 March 2018

David Bowie Aylesbury Statue Vandalised By Yobs

Less than 48 hours after being unveiled, a controversial statue of David Bowie, situated in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, has been sprayed over by vandals.

26 March 2018

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David Bowie Statue Not Fitting A Man Who Loved Fine Art

The latest in a long line of examples is a new statue honouring the late artist David Bowie, unveiled over the weekend in Aylesbury.

11 October 2017

Keith Vaughan Homoerotic Photos From The 1930s To Be Exhibited

A collection of rare vintage homoerotic photographs and collages by the British artist Keith Vaughan (1912-1977) from the 1930s, the majority never previously seen or exhibited,...

3 May 2017

Samuel Palmer Etchings Explored At The London Original Print Fair

Palmer and Me, a documentary charting the responses of 17 contemporary artists to the etchings of Samuel Palmer is the latest in an...

14 March 2017

TEFAF Maastricht 2017 Buoyant Sales And Brisk Activity – Market Report

TEFAF Maastricht the world’s leading fine art and antiques Fair has reported buoyant sales with brisk activity during the opening days of the event....

21 December 2016

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Top 10 – Most Expensive Works Of Art

With Sotheby’s new record for the highest total at a London auction, it would seem that the sky is indeed the limit where the...

1 November 2016

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David Bowie Collection A Very Personal Curation Of Style And Taste

From 1–10 November, the collection will be exhibited at Sotheby’s New Bond Street galleries in London, giving fans, collectors, art lovers and experts a...

13 August 2016

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Art Exhibitions At St Stephen Walbrook London Autumn 2016

Brazilian artist Kim Poor will exhibit a series of paintings in various mediums, including her unique technique of glass fused on the steel plate, baptised ‘Diaphanism’...

15 July 2016

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David Bowie’s Own Art Collection to be Unveiled at Sotheby’s

 “Art was, seriously, the only thing I’d ever wanted to own. It has always been for me a stable nourishment. I use it. It can change the...

1 December 2015

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John Piper Textiles Explored In New Pallant House Exhibition

Pallant House Gallery is to present a new exhibition exploring the fabric designs of the 20th century English painter John Piper. Titled ‘The Fabric...

16 December 2014

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Tate Puts Unpublished Archival Material Of British Artists Online

The Tate Gallery has announced that intimate love letters from Paul Nash to his wife, touching family photographs of Jacob Epstein, unpublished images revealing...

31 August 2014

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Richard Attenborough – Art Belongs To No One

Lord Richard Attenborough; the great creative talent of the British film industry died on 24th August, leaving behind a rich legacy in film –...

17 May 2014

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Art Exhibition Salutes Coal Mining’s Once Essential And Powerful Workforce

Mining was once a key industry in the North of England and a new exhibition salutes this once essential and powerful workforce. Shafts of...

9 May 2014

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Kenneth Clark’s Impact On Modern British Art Explored In New Exhibition

Kenneth Clark (1903–1983), became a household name in the 1960s bringing his historic survey of art, through his televised ‘Civilisation’ series, to a wide...

20 March 2014

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Nicky Philipps Portrait Of Falklands Veteran Simon Weston Unveiled At NPG

A painted portrait of Falklands War veteran Simon Weston by the artist Nicky Philipps has been ubveiled at The National Portrait Gallery. It was...

24 February 2014

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John Piper Collection Bought By National Museum Wales For £1m

A major collection of art, which reflect artist John Piper’s unique vision of Wales, has been acquired on generous terms for Wales’ national art...