Archive for the Paintings Category
John Yardley is regarded as one of Britain’s finest contemporary impressionists.
The rare luminosity in Thompson’s work is primarily the result of a painstaking technique practiced by the Van de Veldes and later by the Nineteenth Century masters of marine art.
Working in acrylics, watercolours and pencil, Steve Harris is inspired by the beauty he finds in everyday objects.
Last night Jonathan Grant Gallery hosted the launch party for Peter Bromhead’s memoir ‘Scratching A Living’.
Published to accompany the Frances Hodgkins: A Singular Artist exhibition at Jonathan Grant Galleries.
‘Chateau Chenonceau’ is an exceptional site not only because of its original design, the richness of its collections, its furniture and decorations, and history of female ownership – it is also known as “Château des Dames” (Château of the Ladies) – but also because of its role in the First and Second World Wars.
Peter Waddell may have been born in small town New Zealand, but it was America that captured his imagination and enlivened his brush.
“Simply to use paint with all its magic would certainly be reward enough, but to have a theme makes a venture like painting of this series exceedingly exciting.”