[Vwoolf] MASTERPIECE 2018
Gill.Lowe1 at btopenworld.com
Tue Jun 19 10:03:04 EDT 2018
The talk advertised here for 29 June in Chelsea might interest people who are near London, perhaps after the International Virginia Woolf Conference in Canterbury?
All good wishes,
> MASTERPIECE 2018
> Stand D 16
> 28 June - 4 July | Preview 27 June
> Euan Uglow, Still Life with Honeysuckle, 1968, Oil on panel, 37.4 x 26.9cm.
> We are pleased to be returning to Masterpiece this year, London's leading arts and antiques fair.
> Find us at stand D16 from 28 June until 4 July 2018, at The Royal Hospital, Chelsea.
> The gallery will be presenting a selection of Modern and Contemporary British artists including works by Anthony Caro, Leon Kossoff, Euan Uglow, Paul Nash, Mark Gertler, Craigie Aitchison, Kenneth Armitage, William Crozier, Eduardo Paolozzi, William Scott, Michael Andrews and Walter Sickert. Following our recent Bloomsbury exhibition, we will also be displaying a significant selection of rediscovered works by Duncan Grant, Vanessa Bell and the Omega Workshops.
> For complimentary Guest e-tickets, please follow the link below and use the gallery's password: FKAT47 (the password is not case-sensitive).
> Click here for Piano Nobile complimentary e-tickets.
> For a hard copy of the Guest Ticket, please contact the gallery.
> Talks Programme 2018
> A Bloomsbury Room: Masterworks by Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant
> Friday 29 June, 4.30pm Piano Nobile, Stand D16
> Designed to evoke the experience of entering one of the Bloomsbury Group’s famous homes – at Charleston, Monk’s House, Fitzroy or Gordon Square – the display will showcase a range of major paintings, ceramic work, and textile designs. Building on the success of the Gallery’s recent exhibition, several works which were originally purchased direct by the artists’ family and friends' will be brought to the open market for the first time. These objects illustrate the dazzling versatility of Bell and Grant's creative vision and present Bloomsbury’s joyful philosophy of the modern home where radical and vibrant paintings combine with applied arts to elevate one’s lived environment to the status high art.
> Cedric Morris, Michael Andrews and Leon Kossoff: The Artists and their Sitters
> Tuesday 3 July, 12 noon Piano Nobile, Stand D16
> Michael Andrews, Leon Kossoff and Cedric Morris are masters of modern British art. Their reputations stand on their varied approaches to figurative painting, but the particular quality of their portraiture is indebted to their sitters. This talk will explore the interpersonal bonds that shaped both the artists and those friends, lovers and antagonists they chose to depict.
> 129 Portland Road | London W11 4LW | T/F +44 (0)20 7229 1099
> info at piano-nobile.com
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