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Painting Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) - A Shepherd and His Flock - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... famous and popular 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 ...

Painting John Robert Cozens (c. 1752-1797) - Lake Albano and Castel Gandoflo - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Lake Albano and Castel Gandoflo Watercolour. "The greatest genius who ever touched landscape" is how Turner viewed JR Cozens and Turner, along with other landscape artists, spent time ...

Conversation Piece - Lorna Green - Sculpture - Submitted by: Richard Handscombe - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... "Conversation" links and relates to her "Meet, Sit and Talk" piece in the surrounding landscaped (by Allan Ruff*) gardens of Chancellors Court at the University of Leeds. The whole project ...

Painting Graham Sutherland - Tin Mine | Emerging Miner (1942) - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... of Art. He dedicated himself to print-making during the 1920s, producing romantic landscapes, and later worked with watercolours, and finally, during the 1940s, in oil. It is for his ...

A Biography - Francis Bacon - Research Article - Submitted by: Dave Roberts - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Peter Rose Pulham (taken shortly before it was painted over by Bacon and retitled Landscape with Car). An ancestor to the biomorphic form of the central panel of Three Studies for Figures ...

A Biography - Tom Lomax - Research Article - Submitted by: Dave Roberts - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... January 2010 (28 years 1 month). NHS Art strategy Contractor Art Liaison Consultant. Landscape Design Associates. Arts and Crafts profession: January 2001 to January 2004 (3 years 1 month). ...

Meet, Sit and Talk - Lorna Green - Sculpture - Submitted by: Richard Handscombe - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... work is a mix of temporary and permanent, mainly outdoor pieces. * Allan Ruff is a landscape architect and author of several books and publications on landscape gardening and its history. ...

Painting William Holman Hunt - The Shadow Of Death (1870-73) - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... Then, there are the artist's landcapes (Our English Coasts) and works with major landscape elements (The Scapeegoat). Perhaps most suprising, given the painter's well deserved reputation ...

Painting JMW Turner (1775-1851) - Part of the Ghaut at Hurdwar - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... and scratching out. William Turner 1775 - 1851. Perhaps the most famous English landscape artist. He entered the Royal Academy of Art schools in 1789, when he was only 14 years old ...

Painting Jonathan Skelton (active 1735-1758) - The Temple Of Saturn - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... In works such as the Medway near Sheerness (1757; London, BM) he began to treat landscape with considerable breadth and openness. Skelton's early work shows stylistic affinities with ...

Painting Samuel Palmer (1805-1881) - Moonrise - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... life is often viewed as his most creative. The moon is frequently depicted in his landscapes of this period. Samuel Palmer ranks among the most important British landscape painters of ...

Painting Ivon Hitchens (1893 - 1979) - Poppies, Open Window on the Downs - Leeds Art Gallery Online
... exhibiting with them during the 1930s. Hitchens went on to become a passionate painter of landscapes, much of his inspiration from around his caravan home, from where he erected his studio - ...

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