4 April 2022

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Rembrandt Landscape Discovered In Berlin Museum Collection – Titian Penitent Magdalene To Be Auctioned In Vienna 

A Landscape painting depicting an arch bridge thought to be the work of one of Rembrandt’s students, Govert Flinck, has been attributed to the master himself.  “Landscape with Arch Bridge “was acceded into the Berlin collections in 1924, and up until the 1980s, it was always considered an original work by Rembrandt Harmensz. Van Rijn. […]

9 July 2016

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David Bomberg Landscape Exhibition Opens At Towner Gallery Eastbourne

A new exhibition of landscapes by the seminal British Modern artist David Bomberg entitled A Sense of Place, has opened at Eastbourne’s Towner Gallery.  This major exhibition includes nearly forty paintings made throughout the career of an artist now recognised as one of the most exceptional and original of his generation.  David Bomberg (1890-1957) was the son of Polish-Jewish immigrants, […]

28 April 2015

Louise Cattrell: Another Place – PayneShurvell – Time The Subjective Agent

PayneShurvell presents the exhibition ‘Louise Cattrell: Another Place’ in a new gallery space in Blandford Street with the artist’s sweeping landscapes. The works are concerned with the idea of ‘Landscape’ as an ideal. Since completing her artistic studies in London and Dundee, Cattrell has travelled widely, taking up residencies which have fed into her work. […]

27 February 2015

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David Hockney Landscape Reveals UNESCO Beauty Spot Blighted By Fly-tipping

David Hockney has shown a landscape painting inspired by fly-tipping for the first time. The semi abstract depicts an idyllic country lane with a pile of rubbish protruding as the central composition. Mr Hockney released the image, located in Woldgate in East Yorkshire, after a fan visited his latest exhibition and was horrified at the […]

18 December 2014

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Henri Martin’s French Impressionist Landscape Leads £770,000 Heritage Sale

Henri Martin’s French Impressionist landscape, titled ‘La vallée du vert à Labastide-du-Vert’ (c. 1920), has sold for $485,000 or £311,000, the work lead Heritage Auction’s $1.2 million (£770,000) December 10th European Art Signature Auction. Russian Romantic painter Ivan Konstantinovich Aivazovsky’s ‘French Ships Departing the Black Sea’ (1871) was a highlight selling for $125,000, or £80,000 […]