Orleans House Gallery, Richmond upon Thames. 2012

Orleans House Gallery, Richmond upon Thames. 2012

Orleans House Gallery,
Pencil on Watercolour Paper.
2012
30cm X 33cm
Fields of Vision: Landscapes Past and Present

28 January - 15 April 2012



Orleans House Gallery presents Fields of Vision: Landscapes Past & Present, an exhibition that juxtaposes historical and contemporary works of naturalistic and urban landscapes, depicted in a wide range of media including painting, sculpture, photography and film. The exhibition brings together works from the Richmond Borough Art Collection, works by invited artists and works of local and national artists selected via open submission.

Throughout history artists have idealised, documented and explored the landscape and how we, as humans relate to and affect it. From the painted Arcadian visions of Nicholas Poussin, to the photographic urban landscapes of Henri Cartier Bresson, social and economic development influences and changes landscapes, as it also affects the way in which artists document them. A subject matter with endless and everchanging resources to explore, it has provided a source of inspiration for many great works of art. Landscape art is a hugely significant part of local and international art history.

The beautiful views and rich local history of Richmond and Twickenham have inspired historical and contemporary artists alike. Although there is an emphasis on local views, the exhibition includes landscapes of other geographical locations including New York and Ireland.

A fantastic variety of work with the the following exhibiting artists; Anna Tikhomirova, Annabel Bloxham, Anne Toase, Anthony Dyson, Anthony Heywood, Barbara & Zafer Baran, Beatrice Spector, Brian Thompson, Buffy Kimm, Camilla Jessel Panufnik, Caroline Maas, Clare Brice Betts, Darrell Russell, Darren Russel, David Brammeld, David Downes, David Hankin, Denise Franklin, Deon Lombard, Diana Repas, Don Abercrombie, Edmund Woolley, George Hilditch, Glyn Walton, Graham Leonard King, Ian Sidaway, Jacqueline Hall, Janet Inman, Janet Silkoff, Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, Jennifer S Wenman, Jill Storey, John A. Walker, John Bourne, John Meade, Joy Cuff, Julie Simmonds, Kirsty O’Leary-Leeson, Lee Campbell, Liam O’Connor, Linda Walsh, Lisa Tolley, Louise Kois, Lucy Beaumont, Margaret Marks, Maria Kaleta, Mark Francis Lodge, Mary Davis, Megan Dowsett, Niamh Mac Gowan, Olga Brown, Patricia Clements, Patrick Simkins, Paul Frank Rogers, Paul Hiles, Peter Tillemans, Philip Connard, Robson Kingshott, Roger Hutchins, Rosemary Lewis, Roy Wright, Samuel Scott, Sara Napoletani, Simon Carlton, Stephen Cartwright, Stephen Wiltshire, Steve Letchford, Stewart Lees, Stuart Pound, Susan Abbs, Susan Wallbank, Sylvia Reitzema, Tom Nowell, Tom Strupinsky, Treld Pelkey Bicknell, Tristram Ellam-Bell, Vanessa Pugh, Victoria Sheppard, Wendy MacKenzie.
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Orleans House Gallery, Richmond upon Thames. 2012

Orleans House Gallery, Richmond upon Thames. 2012

Orleans House Gallery,
Pencil on Watercolour Paper.
2012
30cm X 33cm
Fields of Vision: Landscapes Past and Present

28 January - 15 April 2012



Orleans House Gallery presents Fields of Vision: Landscapes Past & Present, an exhibition that juxtaposes historical and contemporary works of naturalistic and urban landscapes, depicted in a wide range of media including painting, sculpture, photography and film. The exhibition brings together works from the Richmond Borough Art Collection, works by invited artists and works of local and national artists selected via open submission.

Throughout history artists have idealised, documented and explored the landscape and how we, as humans relate to and affect it. From the painted Arcadian visions of Nicholas Poussin, to the photographic urban landscapes of Henri Cartier Bresson, social and economic development influences and changes landscapes, as it also affects the way in which artists document them. A subject matter with endless and everchanging resources to explore, it has provided a source of inspiration for many great works of art. Landscape art is a hugely significant part of local and international art history.

The beautiful views and rich local history of Richmond and Twickenham have inspired historical and contemporary artists alike. Although there is an emphasis on local views, the exhibition includes landscapes of other geographical locations including New York and Ireland.

A fantastic variety of work with the the following exhibiting artists; Anna Tikhomirova, Annabel Bloxham, Anne Toase, Anthony Dyson, Anthony Heywood, Barbara & Zafer Baran, Beatrice Spector, Brian Thompson, Buffy Kimm, Camilla Jessel Panufnik, Caroline Maas, Clare Brice Betts, Darrell Russell, Darren Russel, David Brammeld, David Downes, David Hankin, Denise Franklin, Deon Lombard, Diana Repas, Don Abercrombie, Edmund Woolley, George Hilditch, Glyn Walton, Graham Leonard King, Ian Sidaway, Jacqueline Hall, Janet Inman, Janet Silkoff, Jean Baptiste Camille Corot, Jennifer S Wenman, Jill Storey, John A. Walker, John Bourne, John Meade, Joy Cuff, Julie Simmonds, Kirsty O’Leary-Leeson, Lee Campbell, Liam O’Connor, Linda Walsh, Lisa Tolley, Louise Kois, Lucy Beaumont, Margaret Marks, Maria Kaleta, Mark Francis Lodge, Mary Davis, Megan Dowsett, Niamh Mac Gowan, Olga Brown, Patricia Clements, Patrick Simkins, Paul Frank Rogers, Paul Hiles, Peter Tillemans, Philip Connard, Robson Kingshott, Roger Hutchins, Rosemary Lewis, Roy Wright, Samuel Scott, Sara Napoletani, Simon Carlton, Stephen Cartwright, Stephen Wiltshire, Steve Letchford, Stewart Lees, Stuart Pound, Susan Abbs, Susan Wallbank, Sylvia Reitzema, Tom Nowell, Tom Strupinsky, Treld Pelkey Bicknell, Tristram Ellam-Bell, Vanessa Pugh, Victoria Sheppard, Wendy MacKenzie.
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