The Fine Art Society is pleased to present an exhibition of Modern British Pictures encompassing oil paintings, watercolours, and drawings from the late-nineteenth to the mid-twentieth century. Works featured include James Bateman's hyper-realistic vision of a Westmoreland Farm, Charles Ginner's Building of the HMS Prince of Wales painted while he was serving as an Official War Artist, and a series of Pont-Aven School inspired black crayon drawings of Breton scenes by Robert Polhill Bevan . Other prominent artists represented are Edward Bawden, Spencer Gore, Ivon Hitchens, Kenneth Rowntree, Walter Sickert, John Duncan Fergusson, and Mary Potter. Their works provide a varied overview of the avant-garde in British art during the first half of the twentieth century.
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