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The Eight (1930) by Cyril Edward Power, linocut

Cyril Power

Untitled (Verticals and Horizontals) by François Morellet is available at Zane Bennett Contemporary Art. Find comprehensive details on this artwork, contact the gallery, or find more artworks in artnet Galleries.

Gary Bunt, The Sleeping Gardener

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Eric Ravilious, ‘The Vale of the White Horse’ c.1939

‘The Vale of the White Horse’, Eric Ravilious, c.1939 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘The Vale of the White Horse’, Eric Ravilious, c.1939 Ravilious saw himself as part of a long tradition of English landscape painters, and his use of flat watercolour recalls the work of John Sell Cotman in the early nineteenth century. However, his pictures often subvert tradition as much as echo it. His depiction of the countryside in the rain is familiar, but the low viewpoint makes the image disconcerting. This emphasises the mass of the hill and provides an unusual view…

Le Vieux Port, 1913  by Christopher Nevinson (British 1889-1946)

The Dulwich Picture Gallery Has A Crisis Of Brilliance

Seven artists evolve and depict the horrors of the First World War.

eric ravilious (1903 – 1942)

eric ravilious · Miss Moss

eric ravilious (1903 – 1942) was an english painter, designer, book illustrator and wood engraver. i especially love his design work for wedgwood ceramics. though this first image is what caught my…

Evening in the City of London by David Bomberg

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Christopher Buckland Wright, Camber Sands, 1953

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British artist Sir William Nicholson depicts five Canadian generals and one major of the First World War standing unposed in front of a mural of the bombed Ypres Cathedral and Cloth Hall. This unfinished painting originally commissioned by Lord Beaverbrook was quickly forgotten, only to be rediscovered in the vaults of the Canadian War Museum and later hailed as Nicholson's finest work. Painting measures 95.7" high x 113.9" Wide

British artist Sir William Nicholson depicts five Canadian generals and one major of the First World War standing unposed in front of a mural of the bombed Ypres Cathedral and Cloth Hall. This unfinished painting originally commissioned by Lord Beaverbrook was quickly forgotten, only to be rediscovered in the vaults of the Canadian War Museum and later hailed as Nicholson's finest work. Painting measures 95.7" high x 113.9" Wide