This exhibition presents a selection of works on paper by some of the key British artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Whether with ink, pencil, chalk, watercolour, gouache, pen or crayon, artists often produce some of their most effective works when sketching or painting on paper. A sense of immediacy and physicality characterises these works: some of them are beautifully finished while others are left as works in progress, keeping the subject alive and allowing for the viewer to scrutinise and appreciate the artist's technique.
The exhibition includes work by the following artists:
Stanley Roy Badmin, Edward Bawden, Robert Anning Bell, Robert Bevan, Muirhead Bone, Gerald Brockhurst, Edward Calvert, George Clausen, Frank Dobson, John Gendall, Gluck, Spencer Gore, William Greaves, John Inchbold, Augustus John, Alphonse Legros, John Frederick Lewis, William Orpen, Arthur Perigal, John Singer Sargent, Walter Sickert, Edward Southall, Stanley Spencer and Henry Scott Tuke.
All works are offered for sale.
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