Modern British Prints20 Jun - 7 Jul 2017 Ranging from Walter Sickert's etchings of the 1910s and 20s to Gerald Laing's punchy screenprint of Brigitte Bardot in the swinging 60s, Modern British Prints presents a varied selection of prints by some of the most beloved artists of 20th century Britain.
Frank Auerbach's first attempts at drypoints made as a student in 1954, Edward Bawden's quirquy engravings, Eric Ravilious, Paul Nash and C.R.W. Nevinson's poignant lithographs of the war, Graham Sutherland, Frederick Griggs, Charles Tunnicliffe and Robert Bevan's pastoral scenes, evocative portraits by Gerald Brockhurst, an early etching from 1962 by a young, blond and talented David Hockney, and examples of the work of printmaker power-couple Ethel Gabain and John Copley are forming the basis of this exhibition, small and all encompassing. Geoffrey Clarke, Ben Nicholson
Modern British Sculpture20 Jun - 7 Jul 2017 The Fine Art Society is pleased to present an exhibition of Modern British Sculpture. Spanning the whole of the twentieth century, this exhibition features sculptures made from a variety of media and techniques. From academic cast bronzes, to primal stone carvings, to hand-modeled post-war works, these works reflect the rapid trajectory British sculpture over the course of the previous century. Artists featured include Henry Moore, Robert Adams, Bernard Meadows, William Reid Dick, Ursula Edgcumbe, Sven Berlin, Eduardo Paolozzi, Francis Derwent Wood, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Herbert Palliser, Geoffrey Clarke, Louis Richard Garbe, Gerald Laing, and Lynn Chadwick.
Modern British Pictures20 Jun - 7 Jul 2017 The Fine Art Society presents a group exhibition of leading twentieth-century British artists. Featuring a selection of works from the 1890s to the 1970s, the exhibition draws attention to the diverse range of artists working in Britain from the Edwardian period to the begininng of the Postwar era. The exhibition features works by Robert Bevan, Paul Maitland, Kenneth Rowntree, John Duncan Fergusson, Gilbert Spencer, Anne Redpath, John Piper, Spencer Gore and Malcolm Drummond.