When I went to Cookham earlier in the year, it was a lovely warm day and the little gallery was a joy: Springtime in Cookham But, yesterday's trip had a very different feel to it - weather was a bit grim and somehow, Spencer's work left me feeling a little despondent at first. In fact, … Continue reading Stanley Spencer – Of Angels and Dirt – Hepworth Wakefield
These two beautiful paintings by Spencer seem perfect for a May Day holiday.
On a lovely spring day, I jumped into my gorgeous Fiat and headed south on the M40. Within two hours I was with my friend and we were on a little adventure to find out more about Stanley Spencer. Every visit to Tate Britain ends with a tour round the 1910 room and time with … Continue reading Springtime in Cookham
In addition to the exhibitions, I'm also looking to visit smaller galleries in search of a certain number of artists I am interested in: Christopher Nevinson, David Bomberg, Paul Nash and Stanley Spencer.Leamington Spa Gallery was my first attempt - they have a Spencer and a Nevinson in their collection. It would be easy to call them … Continue reading Some you win, some you lose
Made a journey to Manchester Art Gallery to see Stanley Spencer: Heaven in Hell and also The Sensory War. At The Tate, I now always go to the 1910 gallery as my favourite paintings are on display there. Spencer's Resurrection, Cookham is fascinating to see as there is always something new to spot and the … Continue reading First trip of the year: Part One- Flat Stanley
COMING UP THIS MONTH: Manchester Art Gallery to see The Sensory War 1914-2014 and Stanley Spencer: Heaven in a Hell of War. http://www.manchestergalleries.org/whats-on/exhibitions/index.php-itemID=121.html http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2013/nov/06/stanley-spencer-first-world-war-paintings-uk-tour Whitechapel Gallery, London for Adventures of the Black Square http://www.whitechapelgallery.org http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/art/art-reviews/11344507/Abstract-Art-and-Society-1915-2015-Whitechapel-Gallery-review-a-journey-worth-taking.html