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The Canadian Artist-in-Residence at Dulwich Picture Gallery discusses paddling a kayak down the Thames and giving North American inspiration to visitors.
George Bellows' paintings explored the dark and dismal corners of human existence to reveal the gritty reality that lay at the heart of 20th century American life, says Ruth Hazard.
Paul Nash's description an "outbreak of talent" during his time at the Royal College of Art is explored in a show featuring work by Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, Edward Burra at the Fry.
A good month for The Bowes has got even better with the acquisition of a Turner painting of the north-east and the temporary arrival of Manet's Portrait of Mademoiselle Claus.
Graham Sutherland's watercolours, sketches and oil paintings are currently being displayed at Oriel Parc Gallery, in the beautiful Pembrokeshire setting that inspired them.
The Argentine artist tells us about taking the "spiritual and intangible stuff" around the world, being inspired by landscapes and avoiding the constraints of self-awareness.
Ancient paintings of the Lake District - including one by Thomas Girton, who JMW Turner considered a future master before his premature death - now live in Grasmere.
The result of a winter walk in the French countryside, Julian Opie's landscapes create a modern pastoral panorama at Alan Christea Gallery.
Works by Francis Towne and Thomas Girtin depicting late 18th century views of Coniston and Windermere in the Lake District have been acquired by the Wordsworth Trust.
The Fine Art Society in London is hosting a major exhibition bringing together many of the important murals and decorative cycles undertaken in Britain between 1910 and 1970.
Six artists combine painting, printmaking, photography and ceramics in the new exhibition at Lymington's independent gallery.
A new show stars Sir Watkin Williams Wynn of Wynnstay, showing how his nine-month journey through France and Italy would change the face of Welsh art forever.
Painter Ezra Cohen’s painting exhibition at Oxford’s Meller Merceux Gallery explores the synchronicity and violence of man’s relationship with nature.
The highly regarded industrial landscapes of Edwin Butler Bayliss (1874 - 1950) get a welcome airing at their Black Country home at Wolverhamption Art Gallery.
The Royal Academy takes a journey back in time from the landscapes of its current members to the the landscape paintings of Constable, Gainsborough and Turner.