‘21. Christ Church, Spitalfields, London: by Nicholas Hawksmoor’, John Piper, 1964 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘21. Christ Church, Spitalfields, London: by Nicholas Hawksmoor’, John Piper, 1964
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‘[no title]’, John Piper, 1978 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘[no title]’, John Piper, 1978 The print portfolio Stones and Bones replicates something of the feel of Piper’s sketchbooks, containing landscapes, figure studies and sketches of prehistoric and Christian carvings. The prints reproduce Piper's photographs and sketches, sometimes two to a page and with annotations and quotations. These two scenes are of rocks at Nant Francon, North Wales, near where the Pipers had a cottage for some years. The quotation is from AC Ramsay The…
Piper John | St Mary Magdalene church, Chewton Mendip | MutualArt
View St Mary Magdalene church, Chewton Mendip By John Piper; Mixed media on paper; 61 x 27cm (24 x 10 5/8in); . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
Piper John | Knowlton, Dorset, 1938 | MutualArt
View Knowlton, Dorset, 1938 By John Piper; ink and collage; 37.5 x 46.5 cm; Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
‘Dylwyn Church’, John Piper, 1966 | Tate
Artwork page for ‘Dylwyn Church’, John Piper, 1966 Piper recorded his many visits to churches and chapels around the country with both sketches and photographs. In the 1960s and 1970s, he experimented with the use of these photographs as the basis for lithographs, adding drawn and collaged elements, often including his own handmade marbled papers, and using bright colours which contrast with the more sober black and white of the photographs. Here, rough textures have been added to the church…
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Terrington St Clement - John Piper
Anthony West, John Piper, Secker & Warburg, Chatham, 1979, illustrated plate 224The Parish Church of Terrington St Clement in Norfolk, dedicated to Saint Clement, is often referred to as The Cathedral of the Marshland. Built in the 14th Century, it is reputed to be one of the finest Perpendicular churches in England. Piper\'s interest in the churches of Norfolk was augmented by his friendship with Billa Harrod, one of the founding members of the Norfolk Churches Trust. The Trust was…