British Masters: In search of England

3 thoughts on “British Masters: In search of England”

  1. I am way out of my depth here since my knowledge of things art stopped the day World War One broke out in 1914. But I was very interested in the two 2011 exhibitions – 1] British Impressionism and 2] The Restless Times, Art in Britain 1914-4.

    You have tackled a very tough time in world, European and British history, but you found some great paintings that stood the test of time, even after the really horrible years ended. Nash and Spencer are well known already, but I think Ravilious is getting there and Piper deserves to be better known.

    Thanks for the link
    Hels
    http://melbourneblogger.blogspot.com/2012/01/two-exhibitions-of-british-landscapes.html

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