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The thick impasto style of Kyffin Williams’ paintings could not be more different from the subtle transparencies of Jones’ watercolours: layers of paint applied with a palette knife to sculpt the mass of the great mountains of the Ogden Valley - Snowdon, Glyder Fach, Glyder Fawr and Tryfan. But perhaps the inspiration comes from the same Celtic origins. ‘It is in Wales that I can paint with the greatest freedom’ Williams said.
Posted onWe're delighted to share an extract from the publication: The Art of David Jones: Vision and Memory by Ariane Bankes and Paul Hills, published October 2015. Soldiers returning home after...
Posted onEver since the idea of writing a blog post about Kettle’s Yard was mooted, I knew I would struggle to find a way of describing this very special place in Cambridge without detracting from the sense of surprise and delight the first-time visitor is bound to feel as she or he discovers it. One option is […]
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