The Fine Art Society is pleased to announce their new Spring Exhibition for the year 2014. The exhibition includes paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints from the 18th, 19th and 20th century, as well as works from our Contemporary Department in other media.
Among the highlights of the show is a great rarity, a version of William Hogarth's The Beggar's Opera, Act III, Scene XI, painted in 1728, and a lifetime cast of Gaudier-Brzeska's Crouching Fawn. Works by Alfred East, Gerald Brockhurst, Frank Dicksee, Alfred Sisley, Lucien Pissaro and Samuel Palmer are also displayed alongside lithographs by Paul Nash, C.R.W. Nevinson and Eric Ravilious showing scenes from the First and Second World Wars. A selection of 20th century sculptures by Frank Dobson, Gerald Laing and Eduardo Paolozzi are exhibited, and a new sculpture by the renowned British sculptor Emily Young completes the display.
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