Waterhouse & Dodd’s new London exhibition

Modern British Art, Waterhouse & Dodd, until 18th October 2013

This is a strong celebration of 20th Century British Art – paintings and sculpture – and is a perfect way for them to mark the opening of their new Albemarle Street Gallery.

 HENRY MOORE (English 1898-1987)  Reclining Figure – Points Signed and numbered 6/9 on base Conceived in 1969 Bronze 6.5 x 4 x 4.25 in / 16.5 x 10 x 11 cm


HENRY MOORE
(English 1898-1987)
Reclining Figure – Points
Signed and numbered 6/9 on base
Conceived in 1969
Bronze
6.5 x 4 x 4.25 in / 16.5 x 10 x 11 cm

There are some forty works on view garnered in many cases from either the artist’s studio or estate and, of course, some come from private collections. Indeed, some of the works have not been seen publicly for three decades such as the Joe Tilson landscape.  

WILLIAM GEAR (British 1915–1997) Composition  Signed & dated '49 Painted in Paris, May 1949 Oil on Canvas 65 x 92 cm / 25.5 x 36 in

WILLIAM GEAR
(British 1915–1997)
Composition
Signed & dated ’49
Painted in Paris, May 1949
Oil on Canvas
65 x 92 cm / 25.5 x 36 in

Some of the artist’s names are instantly recognisable while others are only now being recognised properly.  Among them are Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Lynn Chadwick, Alan Davie, Terry Frost, David Hockney, Alan Lowndes and Ben Nicholson

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