Sir Alfred James Munnings | 830 Artworks | MutualArt
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‘Farm at Watendlath’, Dora Carrington, 1921 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Farm at Watendlath’, Dora Carrington, 1921 on display at Tate Britain. Carrington was part of a successful generation of graduates from the Slade School of Art in the early 20th century. She was associated with the Bloomsbury Group of writers and artists, who lived, worked and studied together in London. This painting shows farm near Keswick in the Lake District, where the newly-wed Carrington spent a summer holiday with her husband and their friends. Critics have suggested…
‘Open Window, Spitalfields’, Anthony Eyton, 1976–81 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Open Window, Spitalfields’, Anthony Eyton, 1976–81 This painting shows the view from the artist's studio in an eighteenth century house in east London. Eyton made a number of paintings of the view seen here, which includes a derelict house and a synagogue. This painting was worked on over a period of five years, during which time the view inevitably changed as houses were refurbished. Eyton chose a large canvas because he wanted to express the immediacy of the scene. 'All…
Trackway sold by Heffel Fine Art Auction House, Vancouver, on Thursday, November 27, 2008
Trackway was sold by Heffel Fine Art Auction House, Vancouver, on Thursday, November 27, 2008, November 2008 - 3rd Session*
‘The Moat, Grange Farm, Kimble’, John Nash, exhibited 1922 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘The Moat, Grange Farm, Kimble’, John Nash, exhibited 1922 In this brooding landscape the trees and their tendril-like branches threaten to invade the viewer's space. The dark colours and evening light give the painting a claustrophobic atmosphere. Like his brother Paul, John Nash had served with the Artists' Rifles for two years before becoming an Official War Artist in 1918. This painting, completed soon after the war, is characterised by a sense of bleak desolation that…