Graham Sutherland, Tree Form in Estuary, 1945
Graham Sutherland 1903-1980 Tree Form in Estuary, 1945 watercolour, oil, gouache and crayon on paper signed and dated lower right 10 3/4 x 9 3/4 inches 27.6 x 25 cm
‘Head III’, Graham Sutherland OM, 1953 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Head III’, Graham Sutherland OM, 1953 on display at Tate Modern. Insects and fossils merge in Sutherland’s Head III. The painter would later insist that these hybrid creatures were not intended to be threatening. At the time, however, the critic Herbert Read identified in Sutherland’s work ‘the now prevailing cosmic anxiety’.
Graham Sutherland Bees Aquatint, 1976-7, printed in colours, on laid, from the series The Bees (Tassi 179-184), signed and numbered 55/66 in pencil, published by Marlborough, London; apparently in excellent condition, unexamined out of the frame, 400mm x 310mm (15 3/4in x 12 1/4in)(PL)
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Three artists paint Pembrokeshire
Graham Sutherland: Western Hills A short break in Pembrokeshire set me off in search of painters whose work reflects the shapes and forms, the light and shade of the land. Like Cornwall, this corn…
malice in wonderland
cavetocanvas: “ Graham Sutherland, Association of Oaks, 1939-40 From the National Galleries of Scotland: “ Sutherland recalled that it was Guernica that revealed to him the expressive potential of...
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Il ritorno di Peggy | Artribune
Philip Rylands, direttore della Collezione Peggy Guggenheim, esamina gli anni veneziani della mecenate americana attraverso un vasto percorso di opere raramente esposte. E si sofferma sui dipinti dell’artista americana Marion Taylor, ceduti alla Solomon Guggenheim nel 1998. A Venezia fino al 6 maggio.