Sorrell, Alan

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Alan Sorrell: “The Beach at Southend, circa SignedPen and ink and watercolour 11 x 14 in. Mural Painting, Paintings, British Schools, Tate Gallery, How To Make Drawing, London Transport, Royal College Of Art, Camping Life, Beach Babe

Twentieth Century British Art by Alan Sorrell: “The Beach at Southend, circa 1950” | www.lissllewellyn.com

Alan Sorrell: “The Beach at Southend, circa 1950”. SignedPen and ink and watercolour 11 x 14 1/2 in. (28 x 36.7 cm):

"Southampton Dock" watercolour and crayon by Alan Sorrell in Tooting, London. The construction of part of the Mulberry Harbour works. A portable harbour used to facilitate the invasion of Normandy in National Museum Of Wales, Industrial Paintings, University Of Southampton, Graffiti, Roman Britain, Propaganda Art, Tate Gallery, Royal College Of Art, Sense Of Place

‘Southampton Dock’, Alan Sorrell, 1944 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Southampton Dock’, Alan Sorrell, 1944

Modern British Art by Alan Sorrell: “Processing the Catch, Wharf Scene, Iceland, Tate Gallery, How To Make Drawing, The Spectator, Royal College Of Art, Mural Painting, Art Paintings, Historical Art, Illustrations And Posters, Gouache

Modern British Art by Alan Sorrell: “Processing the Catch, Wharf Scene, Iceland, c.1935” | www.lissllewellyn.com

Alan Sorrell: “Processing the Catch, Wharf Scene, Iceland, c.1935”. pencil, ink and gouache on paper 39 x 57 cm (15 3/8 x 22 3/8 in.): Provenance: The artists son, Richard SorrellLiterature: Sacha Llewellyn & Richard Sorrell (ed), Alan Sorrell; the Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist, (Bristol: Sansom & Co.) 2013, p 158-159.Exhibited: Sir J

Marching Down to the Station by Alan Sorrell Date painted: 1945 Acrylic on paper, x cm Collection: Manchester City Galleries John Minton, City Gallery, Henry Moore, Art Uk, Manchester City, Your Paintings, Medium Art, March, Explore

Marching Down to the Station by Alan Sorrell Date painted: 1945 Acrylic on paper, 32.5 x 43.6 cm Collection: Manchester City Galleries

Artist in focus: Alan Sorrell Anglo Saxon History, British Schools, Tate Gallery, How To Make Drawing, Royal College Of Art, Art Uk, Mural Painting, Historical Sites, Old World

Artist in focus: Alan Sorrell

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Alan Sorrell, Self portrait, November 1928 Romanticism Artists, White Gouache, Favorite Words, Weekend Is Over, Male Portraits, Portrait Ideas, British, Museum, Statue

Modern British Art by Alan Sorrell: “Self Portrait, nov 1928” | www.LLFA.uk

Alan Sorrell: “Self Portrait, nov 1928”. Signed and datedpencil, ink and white gouache on paper 55.2 x 37 cm (21 3/4 x 14 5/8 in.): Literature: Sacha Llewellyn & Richard Sorrell (ed), Alan Sorrell; the Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist, (Bristol: Sansom & Co.) 2013, pp. 30-31 & 82. Sorrell undertook this self-portrait one month after h

The Spoilers, 1958 by Alan Sorrell (British Anglo Saxon History, Tate Gallery, John Piper, How To Make Drawing, Royal College Of Art, Art Uk, Mural Painting, Your Paintings, Art Google

Artist in focus: Alan Sorrell

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Matilda Bathurst escapes the conceptual crush of Frieze in favour of Alan Sorrell’s neo-Romantic work at Sir John Soane’s Museum Romanticism Artists, Appian Way, Tate Gallery, How To Make Drawing, Royal College Of Art, Mural Painting, Museum, Fine Art, Drawings

Romantic Reconstruction: Alan Sorrell at Sir John Soane’s Museum | Apollo Magazine

Matilda Bathurst escapes the conceptual crush of Frieze in favour of Alan Sorrell’s neo-Romantic work at Sir John Soane’s Museum

Image: Alan Sorrell [A Land Fit for Heroes, detail] Why there is no such thing as JWP and why just war theorist and pacifist can talk Nonetheless Painting Art, War, Artists, Detail, Image, Artist, Painting

Image: Alan Sorrell (1904-1974) [A Land Fit for Heroes, 1936, detail]

aerial view of Imperial Rome by Alan Sorrell from The Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist Romanticism Artists, Roman Britain, Aerial View, Languages, Middle School, Rome, City Photo, Vintage World Maps, It Works

Alan Sorrell; The Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist

Alan Sorrell; The Life and Works of an English Neo-Romantic Artist