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A Biography - Francis Bacon - Research Article - Submitted by: Dave Roberts - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... an interior decorator and designer of furniture and rugs. Later, he admitted that his career was delayed because he had spent too long looking for a subject that would sustain his ...

Artists and Galleries - William Rudling - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... William Rudling is an award-winning artist and designer, an illustrator specialising in cartoons, caricatures, illustrations of landscapes and portraits plus posters, pantomimes and ...

Duke of Wellingon at Woodhouse Moor - Baron Carlo Marochetti - Sculpture - Submitted by: Richard Handscombe - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Duke of Wellingon at Woodhouse Moor Baron Carlo Marochetti Genre: Sculpture Article by: Richard Handscombe - First Published: 5th December 2012 This statue, costing £1,500 in ...

Car Park - The Light - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Car Park The Light The Light offers a secure 24/7 car park, claiming zero crime rate, with ... The Light Search the following topics: Car Parking | Visitor Information | Public Transport ...

The Weaver, The Miner and Ernie Wise - Melanie Wilks - Sculpture - Submitted by: Dave Roberts - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Barbara Hepworth, Jacob Epstein, Brancusi, Gaudia Brezka and their approach to the direct carving of stone sculpture. This is where the Artist hand carves their own sculpture from start ...

Sculpture Barbara Hepworth - Heiroglyph - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Henry Moore. Together with Moore, Hepworth is most celebrated for her adherence to direct carving, whereby much of the sculpture's form is decided as it is produced, rather than beforehand ...

Painting Andre Derain (1880-1954) - Barges on the Thames (1906) - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... born, internationally recognised art curator. Having had no formal training he started his career in art as an assistant keeper and guide at the Wallace Collection, which is renown for ...

Painting Edward Armitage - Retribution (1858) - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... works of Spenser, Shakespeare or Milton. Competitions were held for appropriate designs ('cartoons'), with a number of leading artists commissioned to take part. The first competition ...

Painting James Jacques Joseph Tissot - The Bridesmaid (c.1883-85) - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... with the idea of his son becoming an artist, but eventually gave way to his son's chosen career. In 1856 Tissot went to Paris to train as a painter at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts under Ingres, ...

Painting John William Waterhouse - The Lady of Shalott (c.1894) - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Kensal Green Cemetery in north London. Waterhouse's great-nephew, Dr John Physick, has carried the Waterhouse torch into the 21st century and has shared some of his memories of his ...

Painting Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) - A Shepherd and His Flock - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... in his own time as a portrait painter, Gainsborough produced landscapes throughout his career. However, he sold very few, using them instead to decorate his own home. Gainsborough liked ...

A Biography - Tom Lomax - Research Article - Submitted by: Dave Roberts - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... lecturer to establishments with recent appointments at Greenwich University, plus Health Care units operated by the NHS. His most recent exhibition being at Rook Lane Arts Trust in Frome, ...

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