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In this episode, Philip explores the work of avant-garde artist, Gluck.
To mark the end of this series, Philip will host another 'Questions and Revelations' talk, to answer all of your burning questions and explore some revelations which have come to light as a result of your astute observation. Take care and see you soon.
In this episode, Philip shares with you his passion for meadows through the work of artist Dora Noyes and her depiction of haymaking.
How does a mid-20th century urban interior fit within an early 17th century manor house? How does the provenance of a painting change your perception of it? In this weeks episode, Philip invites you into his Oxfordshire home to view the work of a mysterious, unknown artist…
Roger Fry's Modernist Makeover of Italian Master, Giotto di Bondone, is the subject of this episode of Art in Isolation... Out of all the most eminent artistic and literary figures to emerge from the 'Bloomsbury Group' it was perhaps Roger Eliot Fry who held the most significant influence over his peers. His exhibition, 'Manet and the Post-Impressionist', displayed the works of Modern Masters such as Édouard Manet, Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Matisse and Paul Gaugin.
Read the Financial Times article ‘Smaller is beautiful: the tiny but triumphant comeback of art miniatures’, including insights from Emma Rutherford, our Portrait Miniatures Consultant.
‘Often no bigger than a thumbnail or a matchbox, these little marvels are the subject of a new obsession.’
Catalogued as '18th century Italian School' and estimated at £400-600, this oil painting had been in the same family since the early 1950s, although its significance was seemingly unknown…
Join Philip for an exploration of the infamous Garsington Manor; where artist Gilbert Spencer met society hostess and patron of the arts Lady Ottoline Morrell.
Visitors to the old Oxfordshire manor house at Garsington were so welcomed by the owners, Ottoline and Philip Morrell, that some would stay for months on end. Artists, writers, poets and creatives such as W. J. Turner, T. S. Eliot, Aldous Huxley, Virginia Wolf, Vanessa Bell, Lytton Strachey, Duncan Grant, David Garnett, Dora Carrington, Dorothy Brett and Siegfried Sassoon frequented Ottoline's Oxfordshire home. In her memoir, Morrell described her home as 'a theatre, where week after week a travelling company would arrive and play their parts ... How much they felt and saw of the beauty of the setting I never knew.'