‘Victoria Crowe’, Browse & Darby, 19 Cork Street, London, W1, until 2nd June 2017
Crowe, Evening Hillside and Thaw, oil on board, 12 x 19 inches
This is the artist’s third ‘one-man’ show with the gallery and celebrates new paintings of Scotland and Venice – places where she has studios. They are shown alongside preparatory works on paper and prints. It is no wonder that Crowe is regarded as one of Scotland’s most noteworthy contemporary artists.
28. Crowe, Reflected Skyline ,Tramonto, oil and mixed media on paper, 15 x 23 inches
Geraldine Girvan – New Works, Chris Beetles Ltd, 8 & 10 Ryder Street, St James’s, London SW1, until 18 April 2015
GARDEN, LATE SUMMER GERALDINE GIRVAN (Born 1947) SIGNED OIL ON CANVAS 38 X 40 INCHES
The influence of her tutors at Edinburgh College of Art, which included Elizabeth Blackadder, can be easily discerned in these colourful, accomplished works. Like many of her Scottish predecessors she is influenced by French artists such as Matisse and Bonnard and as you can see the resulting watercolours and oils introduce us to a vibrant inviting world.
BLUE TABLE AND POPPIES GERALDINE GIRVAN (Born 1947) SIGNED SIGNED AND INSCRIBED WITH TITLE ON REVERSE OIL ON CANVAS 28 1/2 X 25 INCHES