Edward Burra

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Zoot Suits, 1948 by Edward Burra on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection. Black Panthers, Harlem Renaissance Artists, George Grosz, Romare Bearden, Illustration, Collaborative Art, Black Artists, African American History, American Women

Edward Burra at Pallant House Gallery - in pictures

Edward Burra's unconventional watercolours are appearing in the first major exhibition of his work for 25 years. We take a look at some of his finest paintings

Modern British Art by Charles Mahoney: The original full size cartoon for The Garden 1950 Garden Painting, Garden Art, George Grosz, Gallery Website, Garden Illustration, Beautiful Gardens, Enchanted, Still Life, Drawings

Modern British Art by Charles Mahoney: The original full size cartoon for The Garden 1950 | www.LLFA.uk

'Flowering Vegetables' by English artist Edward Burra Watercolor and pencil on paper, 53 x 30 in. via Jonathan Clark & Co Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Watercolor And Ink, Watercolor Paintings, Watercolours, Shades Of Green, All Art, Garden Art

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View CYCLAMEN (Circa By Edward Burra; pencil, watercolour and gouache; 77 x x . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt. Gouache Painting, Watercolor Paintings, Watercolour, Flower Paintings, Flower Of Life, Flower Art, Art Flowers, White Flowers, Local Painters

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blastedheath: “ Edward Burra (English, 1905-1976), Cyclamen, c. 1956. Pencil, watercolour and gouache, 77 x 57.5cm. (30¼ x 22¾ in.) ”

A new biography of Edward Burra offers magnificent insight into the talented painter's life. By Alistair Sooke. Figure Painting, Painting & Drawing, Expressionist Artists, Snow Scenes, Cool Artwork, Great Artists, Illustrators, Watercolor Paintings, Street Art

Edward Burra: 'Always join the minority'

A new biography of Edward Burra offers magnificent insight into the talented painter's life. By Alistair Sooke.

Edward Burra Valley and River, Northumberland 1972 Pencil and watercolour on paper support: 1016 x 686 mm frame: 1150 x 820 x 50 mm Presented by the Friends of the Tate Gallery The estate of Edward Burra, courtesy Lefevre Fine Art, London Watercolor Landscape, Abstract Landscape, Landscape Paintings, Watercolor Artists, Abstract Oil, Abstract Paintings, Oil Paintings, Painting Art, Watercolor Painting

‘Valley and River, Northumberland’, Edward Burra, 1972 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Valley and River, Northumberland’, Edward Burra, 1972 In his later years, Burra was taken on driving tours of Britain by his sister Anne. His landscapes were inspired by real places: in this case, a valley south of the Cheviot Hills near Alnwick. He said he was fascinated by the lines on the hills that play a dominant role in the painting. Such depictions of 'unspoilt' country were contrasted with images of motorways and heavy trucks, reflecting the artist's lament at the…

"The Garden" by Edward Burra, 1927 (pencil, watercolour and bodycolour) Lynn Chadwick, Victor Pasmore, George Grosz, Expressionist Artists, David Hockney, Abstract Painters, Garden S, Les Oeuvres, Illustrators

Exhibitions | Mixed Exhibition, February 2013

Austin Desmond Fine Art | Exhibitions | Mixed Exhibition, February 2013 | Sandra Blow, Arturo Bonfanti, Edward Burra, Lynn Chadwick, Prunella Clough, Keith Coventry, Robyn Denny, Ivon Hitchens, Paul Nash, Eduardo Paolozzi, Victor Pasmore, Julian Perry, Ceri Richards, Bridget Riley, William Scott, Peter Sedgley, Keith Vaughan, John Wells | For further images and detail please contact the gallery.

Cabbages, Springfield, Rye by Edward Burra. The cabbage patch in the foreground is in the family garden at Springfield. Spring Landscape, Landscape Art, Landscape Paintings, Landscapes, Landscape Sketch, American Poets, Heart Art, Painting & Drawing, Painting Styles

Edward Burra: an utterly unique vision

Back in January I wrote an appreciation of the work of Edward Burra, inspired partly by Andrew Graham-Dixon’s excellent film on the artist broadcast in the autumn and partly by regret at not …