Born Marie-Clémentine, Valadon was the daughter of an unmarried domestic worker. She grew up in Montmartre, the bohemian quarter of Paris, supporting herself from the age of ten with odd jobs: waitress, nanny, and circus performer. A fall from a trapeze led her in a new direction. From 1880 to […]
The Battle of the Pyramids and The Battle of Alexandria singed and dated 1803 Although not present at either battle, Landgendyk had travelled with Napoleons invasion force to Egypt. He was amongst many scholars, scientists, philosophers and artists to travel with the army with the intention of bring North European […]
We are delighted to announce our participation in Stow Art Week 26th September – 6th October, 2019 along side 9 other galleries here in the heart of the Cotswolds. For further details, please look out for www.stowartweek.com which will be going live at the beginning of April.
Harmony In Red Oil on (4) canvas, 40 cm x 40 cm This striking oil painting by one of the UK’s most dynamic artists Mike England denotes a dynamic impact on the senses with its stripped back duel palette of red and white. Presented in as a floating canvas in […]
Mike England An oil on canvas 100 x 140 cm This wonderful painting reignites the essence of British Abstract art from the 1950’s and 60’s. The working understanding of colour by the artist is very evident in this piece where cool shades of blue are occasionally interrupted by fiery bursts […]
19th Century British Watercolour 1813, Peninsular Campaign After repulsing Soult’s counter-offensive through the Pyrenees at Sorauren, Wellington returned to his plan of capturing the well-fortified town and port of San Sebastián before making any attempt to cross the border into France. Overlooked to the north by Monte Urgull and the […]