LAND | SEA | LIFE at Abbot Hall

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Edward Burra, Near Whitby, Yorkshire, 1972, pencil and watercolour © Estate of the artist c/o Lefevre Fine Art Ltd, London

LAND | SEA | LIFE at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Cumbria 20 October 2017 — 17 February 2018 Entrance is free

Land | Sea | Life explores recurring themes in the work of British artists of the twentieth century emphasising trends in subject matter including still life, the human figure, landscape and abstraction. The exhibition also investigates the notion of collecting, comparing the personal motives of Chris Ingram with the Gallery Collection and exploring why we collect?

Land | Sea | Life includes over 70 works by over 40 leading artists including Henry Moore, Barbara Hepworth, Graham Sutherland and Laura Knight in this fascinating collection.

 

LAND | SEA | LIFE at Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Cumbria 20 October 2017 — 17 February 2018 Entrance is free

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