Archive for the Paintings Category
Pippa Blake has embarked on a significant journey following the tragic death of her yachting husband, Sir Peter Blake, by reconnecting with her fine art training.
Green’s works are held in numerous private and public collections, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
They were sketched amid the hell of Gallipoli, drew the complements of the World War 1 campaign’s foremost generals, and were later shown before the Royal Family.
An exhibition of 19th & 20th Century British, Australian & New Zealand paintings featuring work by
Horace Millichamp Moore-Jones was a painter in oil, watercolour and pastels and is well known for his First World War depictions of Gallipoli.
Nerli is regarded as one of the pioneer plein air painters in Australia, his broad painterly effect, freer style and heightened colour effect
Lepetit possesses a direct and fluent style, using thick, creamy paint to depict scenes including France, Italy and England.
An exhibition to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ANZAC landings at Gallipoli.