Impressions on Paper
3 - 27 February
 

Hugh Buchanan; Lydia Corbett; Steven Hubbard; Andrew Lansley; Mary Jane-Jones; Bridget Moore RBA, NEAC; Neil Murison RWA; Peter Randall-Page; Caroline Waterlow and ceramics by Keith Varney.

 

Andrew Lansley
Fortune Bay

egg tempera on paper
72 x 97cm
 

 

 

Andrew Lansley
Fjord

egg tempera on paper
72 x 97cm
 

 

 

Andrew Lansley
Dune

egg tempera on paper
72 x 97cm
 

 

 

Andrew Lansley
Long Forties

egg tempera on paper
72 x 97cm

Andrew Lansley
Winter Lights

egg tempera on paper
70 x 70cm

 

 

Andrew Lansley
Black Sea

egg tempera on paper
72 x 97cm

 

 

Andrew Lansley, winner of Bath Society of Artists’ ‘David Simon Contemporary Award’, works in egg tempera and watercolour. His focus is on landscape, marine and architectural subjects. Andrew is a member of the Bath Society of Artists. He won the 2016 Royal Watercolour Society Exhibitions Award and has exhibited at the Royal Academy, RWA and numerous shows at the Mall Galleries, including RI, RSMA, NEAC, RBA, Sunday Times Watercolour and Lynn Painter Stainers Prize.


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Walter Lindner (1936-2007)

Palast Theater
monotype with pen and ink wash and gold leaf

1999
50 x 62cm
         

 

 

Walter Lindner (1936-2007)

Finsternis (Darkness)
monotype with pen and ink wash and gold leaf

1999
50 x 60cm

 

Walter Lindner (1936-2007)

Beetle Wars
monotype with pen and ink wash and gold leaf

1985
13.5 x 19cm

 

 

Walter Lindner
Wetterhahn
monotype, 1971

20 x 20cm
 

 

Walter Lindner
Zinarber
monotype with oil and gold leaf, 1987

15 x 20.5cm
 

 

 

Walter Lindner

Abstrakte in Gelben
monotype with pen and ink wash and gold leaf, 1986
50 x 50cm

 

Walter Lindner
Fische
monotype, 1974
15 x 15cm

 

 

Walter Lindner
Abstract Formen

monotype, 1975
24 x 18cm

 

 

 

Walter Lindner
Art collector Simon Hearnden unearthed the delightful, highly accomplished monotypes of the enigmatic Berlin artist Walter Lindner (1936-2007), whilst visiting his rental apartment there in 2006. He later sold his Oxfordshire home to purchase the majority of the artist’s paintings from his studio and his gallery dealer in Germany.

 

Lindner was a true master of his oeuvre, creating wonderfully composed and graphic artworks. During four fruitful decades Lindner perfected his technique, hand-pressing monotype prints onto parchment from glass plates he painted with oils; the basis for his unique, hand-finished, original works. Approved one-off prints were then embellished, often elaborately, sometimes adding gold leaf. Lindner’s techniques attracted attention in the region and he was considered an outstanding talent, by both his Berlin university tutors and fellow artists. Lindner exhibited annually at the Frankfurt Art Fair for 40 years – longer than any other artist. Exhibitions of his work in the Berlin area were also successful in the 70s and 80s, but Lindner was a gentle man and a reluctant publicist.


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Lydia Corbett

Thistles in Dance

watercolour, pen & ink

50 x 40cm

 

Lydia Corbett

Between the Sky and Earth

watercolour, pen & ink

40 x 50cm

 

 

 

Lydia Corbett

Sylvette and the Peace Dove

watercolour, pen & ink

50 x 40cm

 

 

 

Lydia Corbett
Blue Moon Cat
watercolour, pen & ink
32 x 42cm

 

 

Lydia Corbett
Fish in the Lilies

watercolour and ink

50 x 40cm

 

 

Lydia Corbett
South Brent Village

watercolour and ink

40 x 50cm

 

 

Lydia Corbett, born in Paris, 1934 was famously introduced to Pablo Picasso in the 1950s. Lydia became the subject of large and important body of his work, including more than sixty paintings, drawings and sculptures. Corbett has been painting full-time over the past forty years and will have her second solo exhibition at David Simon Contemporary in 2018. A new hardback biography about this artist written by Isabel Coulton and published in 2016 is available from the gallery.


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Peter Randall-Page
Pears

linocut, edition of 30

15 x 23cm


 

 

 

Peter Randall-Page

Wing
ink on paper


 

 

Peter Randall-Page
Scarab I

linocut, edition of 30

23 x 20cm

 

Peter Randall-Page RA studied sculpture at Bath Academy of Art from 1973-1977 and has gained an international reputation through his sculpture, drawings and prints. He has undertaken numerous large-scale commissions and exhibited widely. His work is held in public and private collections throughout the world including Japan, South Korea, Australia, USA, Turkey, Eire, Germany and the Netherlands. His public sculptures can be found in many locations throughout the UK and his work is in the permanent collections of the Tate Gallery and the British Museum amongst others. His practice has always been informed and inspired by the study natural phenomena and its subjective impact on our emotions.


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Neil Murison RWA
Winter Landscape

mixed media on paper
 

 

Neil Murison RWA
Crouching Figure
pastel on paper
30 x 40cm

 

Neil Murison RWA
Winter Landscape

mixed media on paper

 

Neil Murison RWA studied at the West of England College of Art. He taught at Queen Elizabeth's Hospital and the Blue Coat School in Bristol and then became a lecturer at the West of England College of Art, retiring in 1987. He has been a full Member of the Royal West of England Academy of Art since 1979 and was Director of The New Gallery at The Academy from 2003-09. He was made an Honorary Member in 2000.

 

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Bridget Moore RBA

Ooh La La!

gouache, 2016

16.5 x 19.5cm

Bridget Moore RBA

Welcome

gouache

19 x 19.5cm

 

 

Bridget Moore RBA

Street Circus

gouache, 2016

19.5 x 21.5cm

 

 

Bridget Moore RBA

Pink Chair

gouache, 2016

16 x 23.5cm

 

 

Bridget Moore RBA

Dog and Crow

gouache, 2016

23 x 21.5cm  

 

 

Bridget Moore RBA

Up High

gouache, 2016

19.5 x 22.5cm

 

 

Bridget Moore, RBA, NEAC, born in Whistable, Kent, 1960, studied art at Medway College of Design, Epsom School of Art & Design, then the Royal Academy Schools, graduating in 1984 when she was awarded the prestigious Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Award. Bridget's work often touches on childhood memories from Whitstable, evoking the atmosphere and qualities of experiences distilled over the years. Other themes such as decayed opulence, the rich colours and lights of theatres, circuses and fairgrounds also hold a particular fascination for her. Her ability to capture such rich scenes led The Spectator critic Giles Auty to describe one of her works in the Royal Academy Summer Show of 1992 as a "small, intense treasure". Elected a member of The Royal Society of British Artists in 1989 and a member of The New English Art Club in 2005 she has exhibited continually since leaving art school. Her work has been seen in mixed and solo shows in many London galleries and across the UK including Royal Academy Summer Shows and also in the USA. Amongst some of the prizes awarded her, she was a runner-up in the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize, 2006.


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Caroline Waterlow

The Leap

mixed media on paper

96 x 58cm

 

Caroline Waterlow

Trio

mixed media on paper

46 x 63cm

 

 

Caroline Waterlow

Tango Couple

pen and wash on paper

19 x 13cm

 

 

Caroline Waterlow
In the Wings

pen and wash

20.5 x 20cm

 

 

Caroline Waterlow
Partners

pen and wash

17.5 x 11.5cm

 

 

Caroline Waterlow
Practice
pen and wash

24 x 27cm                                                                         

Caroline Waterlow, winner of Bath Society of Artists’ ‘David Simon Contemporary Award’ 2016, trained in art at the British School, Florence, Sir John Cass School, London and Canterbury College of Art. She went on to teach at the Royal West of England Acedemy. Caroline has held regular exhibitions in Bath and Oxford.

 

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Mary Jane Jones

Snow Trees II

etching

 

 

 

Mary Jane Jones

Snow Trees I

etching

 

 

Mary Jane Jones

In the Dining Room

aquatint

 

 

Mary Jane Jones, is fascinated by domestic interiors and is showing a series of recent etchings. Born in 1976, Mary studied Fine Art at the University of Reading and History of Art at University of St Andrews. Mary has exhibited her work across the United Kingdom including in London with the New English Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists, Society of Women Artists and The Discerning Eye Exhibition.


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Hugh Buchanan
Blinding Light at Versailles

watercolour

38 x 56cm

 

 

Hugh Buchanan

A Sheaf of Correspondence

watercolour

28 x 38cm

 

Hugh Buchanan

Rolled Engravings

watercolour

56 x 38cm   

 

Hugh Buchanan studied at Edinburgh College of Art and has been commissioned to paint interiors by the Prince of Wales at Balmoral and Highgrove; The House of Commons and the National Trust. His paintings are also in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, Edinburgh City Art Centre, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Aberdeen, the Bank of Scotland, Flemings Bank, Deutsche Bank, the National Trust for Scotland and the English National Trust. In 2002 he was commissioned by the House of Lords to paint the lying in state of the Queen Mother at the Palace of Westminster. In 2005 his paintings featured in Watercolours and Drawings from the Collection of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, at the Palace of Holyrood House, Edinburgh and Queen's Gallery, London.


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