The St Ives Artists

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Discover the impact of the Cornish landscape on a generation of artists.

 

In 1959, St Ives in Cornwall was becoming more widely recognised as an artists’ community. Artists there were exploring the many possibilities of abstract art, influenced by their experience of the dramatic and wind-swept coastal landscape.

 

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This list was selected by: Gemma (Tate St. Ives).

St Ives: The art and the artists

Chris Stephens

26,00 € 24,18 €

Patrick Heron

Andrew Wilson y Sara Matson

25,00 € 23,25 €

Rachel Nicholson

Alan Wilkinson

29,95 € 27,85 €

The Drawings of Roger Hilton

Adrian Lewis

25,00 € 23,25 €

Meet Barbara Hepworth

Laura Carlin

5,99 € 5,57 €

Barbara Hepworth (British Artists)

Penelope Curtis

14,99 € 13,94 €

Paul Feiler: 1918-2013

Michael Raeburn

45,00 €

Bernard Leach (British Artists)

Edmund de Waal

14,99 € 13,94 €

Barbara Hepworth: The Sculptor in the Studio

Ms. Sophie Bowness

16,98 € 15,79 €

Alfred Wallis (British Artists)

Matthew Gale

14,99 € 13,94 €

Sandra Blow

Michael Bird

25,00 €

Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys

Mary Kisler y Catherine Hammond

39,95 € 37,15 €

Christopher Wood

Katy Norris

30,00 €

Alice Mumford

Ian Massey

20,00 € 18,60 €

Rothko: The Color Field Paintings

30,00 € 27,90 €

Rothko is on display at Tate St Ives.

Image: Ben Nicholson St Ives, Cornwall 1943–5
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