Archive for the British Artists Category
The accompanying catalogue to the forthcoming exhibition ‘Frances Hodgkins: A New Zealand Mo…
Frances Hodgkins European Journeys by Mary Kisler and Catherine Hammond. New Zealand-born Frances
When Frances Hodgkins, our most celebrated artist, first left New Zealand in 1901, location became a key factor in her determination to succeed as an artist. In this engaging book, curator Mary Kisler follows in Hodgkins’ footsteps through England, France, Italy, Morocco, Spain and Wales to discover the locations in which Hodgkins constantly pushed her exploration of modernism. Warm, insightful, fresh, expert and richly illustrated, this handsome book sheds new light on Hodgkins’ life, art and social milieu.
An international selection of 19th and 20th century artworks
This is the first ever monograph on the work of the British artist John Blackburn.
Margaret Lovell is an award-winning sculptor and a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. She is also a Member of the Royal West of England Academy, and in 2012 was awarded an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Letters by the University of Leicester. Lovell trained at the Slade School of Art in London and the Academy of Fine Art in Florence.
Jonathan Grant Galleries presents a changing selection of works by New Zealand and British artists.
John Piper was a painter, printmaker and designer, whose work often focused on the British landscape, especially churches and monuments. . In the late 1930s Piper was one of the leading British abstract artists, before turning away from non-representational art to naturalism. A stormy atmosphere pervaded his well-known views of country houses, while his image of Coventry Cathedral made him a household name, and led to his work being acquired by several public collections.