Exultant Strangeness: Graham Sutherland Landscapes

26 September 2013 - 16 November 2013

Graham Sutherland (1903-1980) was one of the great British landscape painters and, during the 1940s and 50s, one of the most famous artists in this country. Initially inspired by the visionary landscapes of eighteenth and nineteenth-century artists such as William Blake and Samuel Palmer, Sutherland transcended his influences to create a vocabulary that was uniquely his own. This show highlights the brilliant power of Sutherland’s imagination and demonstrates the diverse ways in which he transformed his experience of his environment.

This exhibition will travel from Abbot Hall Art Gallery

A Catalogue of the show is available here.

 

Graham SUTHERLAND (1903 - 1980)

‘Forest and River’, 1971 work no longer available

Graham SUTHERLAND (1903 - 1980)

‘Fossil with Rocks (Study)’, 1975

Graham SUTHERLAND (1903 - 1980)

‘Study for Entrance to a Lane’, 1939

Graham SUTHERLAND (1903 - 1980)

‘Palm Palisade (Study)’, 1947