John piper

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‘22. St Matthias, Stoke Newington, London: by William Butterfield’, John Piper, 1964 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘22. St Matthias, Stoke Newington, London: by William Butterfield’, John Piper, 1964

John Piper, Seaton Delaval (Northumberland, N. England) oil on canvas on wood, x cm. Presented by Sir Kenneth Clark (later Lord Clark of Saltwood) through the Contemporary Art Society, Edward Hopper, Caricatures, Algebra Linear, John Piper Artist, Coventry Cathedral, Hans Arp, Street Art, Art Society, Building Art

‘Seaton Delaval’, John Piper, 1941 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Seaton Delaval’, John Piper, 1941 The baroque castle of Seaton Delaval, Northumberland, was built by John Vanbrugh between 1718 and 1729 and destroyed by fire in 1822. Piper visited the castle in 1941. He had previously made records of major buildings in anticipation of their destruction through bombing or modernisation. He had also recorded bomb-damage, and found parallels between the ruined castle and these recent subjects. The image seems to be both a nostalgic lament…

‘Abbeville’ by British artist John Piper Screenprint on paper, 800 x 600 mm. via the Tate Edward Hopper, Montpellier, John Piper Artist, A Level Art, Sense Of Place, Gcse Art, Screen Printing, Ramen, Abstract Portrait

‘Abbeville’, John Piper, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Abbeville’, John Piper, 1972