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Frank Auerbach  David Landau

Frank Auerbach: London Building Sites 1952 - 62 at the Courtauld Gallery, review

One of a series of views along the Thames, John Virtue’s monochromatic landscape shows the dome of St Paul ’s Cathedral set against a white background. He employs various painting methods, using different tools that include brushes, rollers and spray guns. Diane, a member of staff, said this 'stopped me in my tracks when I saw it displayed in the State Rooms lobby whilst rushing by one day.'

John Virtue - Landscape 2004 White acrylic, black ink, shellac and emulsion on canvas height: cm, width: cm

Nick Hirst - Watercolour Sketch | http://www.nickhirst.co.uk/library.aspx?libraryID=6

London-based architectural illustrator specialising in hand drawn watercolour perpectives for marketing, planning applications and consultations.

Leading Lines - Claude Monet, Alley Near Pourville, 1882

How To Use Leading Lines To Create More Interesting Compositions

Leading Lines - Claude Monet, Alley Near Pourville, 1882

‘The Nerves of London’    London Impressions, by Alice Meynell

winter heavens 600 William Hyde William Hyde studied at the Slade School of Art, specialised in the printmaking techniques of etching, engraving and mezzotint.

John Virtue, Norfolk 2, acrylic on canvas, 149.9 x 200.3 cm.. Photo: Courtesy Marlborough Fine Art.

John Virtue: North Sea Paintings and Monotypes @ Marlborough Fine Art - Eloge de l'Art par Alain Truong

Brown Thames, Victoria Embankment. May 2010 in KURT JACKSON from The Redfern Gallery

The Redfern Gallery is one of the longest-established dealers of Modern British and Contemporary art in London.

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