Coast, Country, City is the second exhibition in the Jerwood Collection’s year-long residency at The Harley Gallery.
Join us for a journey through British art and explore famous landscape artists’ images of the coast, country and city.
Independent curator James Rawlin has selected over 50 works from the Jerwood Collection for this exhibition.
These landscape paintings predate the strange year of 2020. I’m interested in whether our experiences of this year changes how we view these landscapes. Not only this, how might they differ from the artist’s original interpretation?
Exhibits will include work by famous landscape artists, for example, LS Lowry, David Hockney, David Jones, John Piper, Prunella Clough and Patrick Caulfield.
James is an art advisor who specializes in British art (from 1900 to the present) and studio ceramics. Before this, he was Head of Modern and Post-war British Art at Sotheby’s. He has overseen significant art auctions and curated exhibitions on Modern British sculpture and UK artist Harold Gilman.
Artists showing in Coast, Country, City are:
Catherine Yass, David Jones, David Hockney RA, Edward Bawden RA, Mark Gertler, Ivon Hitchens, John Piper, Paul Nash, Michael Ayrton, John Bellany RA, John Wells, L S Lowry RA, William Gear RA RBSA, Keith Vaughan, Patrick Caulfield RA, Walter Sickert RA, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, William Roberts RA, James Fitton RA, Geoffrey Tibble, Ruskin Spear, Robert Polhill Bevan, Charles Ginner ARA, Tristram Hillier RA, Prunella Clough, Julian Trevelyan, Alfred Wolmark, Augustus Lunn, Edward Burra, Jeffrey Camp RA, Roger Hilton, Rachel Howard, Alexander Mackenzie, John Tunnard, Alfred Wallis, Christopher Wood.