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Frances Hodgkins, retrospective exhibition [held at the Lefevre Gallery] November 1946

Lefevre Gallery.

Frances Hodgkins, retrospective exhibition [held at the Lefevre Gallery] November 1946

illustrated catalogue

by Lefevre Gallery.

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Published by Lefevre Gallery in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hodgkins, Frances.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementwith a foreword by Eric Newton.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19976943M

    The information in the present section on is based on the data in Francis Bacon: Catalogue Raisonné by Martin Harrison and Rebecca Daniels, which was published by The Estate of Francis Bacon in The following ‘Notes for readers’ are extracted from the catalogue raisonné (Vol.1, p and ) and elaborate on the methodology and thinking behind the compilation and. Claude Monet: the early years; from the British collections in aid of the Police Dependants' Trust, 8th May-- -7th June, , Lefevre Gallery by Claude Monet (Book) 3 editions published in in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.

      In November , to enthusiastic critical acclaim, the Lefevre Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of 64 paintings and 17 drawings ranging from to Hodgkins was able to travel to London for this tribute to her life's work. On 22 March , a few weeks before her 78th birthday, Frances Hodgkins was admitted to Herrison House, a.   In , on the occasion of the major touring exhibition 'Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys', Auckland Art Gallery has created a miniature replica gallery that .

    Gallery; Search. Previous Image Next Image. Exhibition history. ; Frances Hodgkins: Retrospective Exhibition. ; Homage to Frances Hodgkins. Classification. Drawing. Subjects. figures (representations) studio portraits women dresses floral . Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki is the largest art institution in New Zealand, with a collection numbering o works. These include major holdings of New Zealand historic, modern and contemporary art, and outstanding works by Māori and Pacific Island artists, as well as European painting, sculpture and print collections ranging in date from to the present day.


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Frances Hodgkins, retrospective exhibition [held at the Lefevre Gallery] November 1946 by Lefevre Gallery. Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Novemberto enthusiastic critical acclaim, the Lefevre Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of Hodgkins’ works. The exhibition, which included sixty-four paintings and seventeen drawings ranging from toreceived a warm and positive response from the London press.

Hodgkins was chosen to represent Britain in the 22nd Venice Biennale, and granted a civil list pension in in recognition of her services to art. In Novemberto enthusiastic acclaim, London’s Lefevre Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of her work.

Although her health was deteriorating, she was able to attend. She died on 13 May. A major retrospective of the work of neo-Romantic artist Frances Hodgkins took place in November at London's Lefevre Gallery. Hodgkins, who died the following year, is one of the greatest. In Novemberto enthusiastic critical acclaim, the Lefevre Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of 64 paintings and 17 drawings ranging from to Frances Hodgkins was able to travel to London for this tribute to her life's work.

On 22 Marcha few weeks before her 78th birthday, Frances Hodgkins was admitted to Herrison House, a. This was undoubtedly a highpoint in her career.

In Novemberto enthusiastic critical acclaim, the Lefevre Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of Hodgkins works. The exhibition included 64 paintings and 17 drawings ranging from to and the exhibition received a warm and positive response from the London press.

Today, Frances. Frances Mary Hodgkins stays in Holland, mainly at Dordrecht, until August. Wins prize shared with Thea Proctor, in the Australian section of Women's Art at the Franco-British Exhibition. August-November, based in England. Mid-November, travels to Paris.

Takes lessons from Pierre Marcel-Beronneau in December, painting from the nude model in oils. New Zealand’s leading expatriate artist, Frances Hodgkins (–) has a reputation forged through her practice in Britain and Western Europe.

The Complete Frances Hodgkins is an online catalogue of the artist’s known paintings, watercolours and drawings ranging from to Frances Mary Hodgkins is regarded as one of New Zealand’s most renowned pioneering artist who took New Zealand art to the world.

While landscapes and still life were painter Frances Hodgkins' main subjects, she lived during a time of unprecedented social change which was reflected in art of the time. Frances Hodgkins & Her Circle. Due to be exhibited in November at Jonathan Grant Gallery, Frances Hodgkins & Her Circle explores the impact Hodgkins had on her closest friends and students.

Her paintings were in turn greatly influenced by her fellow artists, such as Dorothy Selby, pictured above, Amy Krauss, Elsie Barling and others. NAG April (first gallery sale); Plymouth Art Gallery November St Ives March and Spring exhibition May Lefevre Gallery Frances Hodgkins Retrospective Exhibition Auckland Art Gallery Frances Hodgkins: Leitmotif New Zealand Portrait Gallery, Wellington: Frances Hodgkins People Nov Feb   Hodgkins exhibited at the Lefevre Galleries in London fromand in November they held the retrospective exhibition of her work that would mark the peak of her career.

Auckland Art Gallery•Catherine Hammond & Mary Kisler• Frances Hodgkins, from Dunedin to Waikanae Frances Hodgkins' Works - Robert McDougall Art Gallery• Influence and Originality: Landscapes - A Memorial Exhibition: Ethel Walker, Frances Hodgkins, Gwen John.

The Tate Gallery + The Arts Council• Middleton's review in the Spectator of Hodgkins' retrospective exhibition simply stated: 'she is one of the most remarkable woman painters of our own or any country, of our own or any time'.

Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys traces the impact of the ever-changing locales on Hodgkins' development as a modernist painter. The legacy of pioneering artist Frances Hodgkins is being reconsidered in a major exhibition and two new books.

South African artist Dolf Rieser was wrong. The middle-aged woman standing at her easel on Ibiza’s stony east coast was not, as he assumed, yet another “sunset painter” attracted to the intense light of Spain’s Balearic Islands. tion was held in the Lefevre Galleries in Since her death, her work has been exhibited at the City of Manchester Art Gallery () and in a touring exhibition () sponsored by the Isle of Purbeck Arts Club in association with the Arts Coun­ cil of Great Britain.

In an exhibition ' Homage to Frances Hodgkins' was held. In Novemberto enthusiastic critical acclaim, the Lefevre Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of Hodgkins’s works. the Lefevre Gallery held a retrospective exhibition of Hodgkins. When describing Hodgkins’s colours in a retrospective exhibition at the Lefevre Galleries incritic Eric Newton wrote: Frances Hodgkins to Peter Watson, 14 NovemberStudio, West St, Corfe Castle, Dorset, in Gillp She is co-curator of the exhibition Frances Hodgkins: Leitmotif Auckland Art Gallery, November   Frances Hodgkins ( - ) is regarded as one of New Zealand’s most renowned artists.

Her works capture the spirit of an era greatly influenced. Estimate: £4, - £6, Description: Frances Mary Hodgkins (New Zealand/British, ) Flowers and Spanish Pottery, c signed 'Frances Hodgkins' (lower right); inscribed to verso with title and 'property of Reid & Lefevre, New Bond St, W1' watercolour h w cm Exhibited: London, The Lefevre Gallery, 'Retrospective Exhibition', November New Zealand, Canterbury Society.

Lefevre Gallery, London:Retrospective exhibition Frances Hodgkins, November [Cat Date: By: Lefevre Gallery Ref: ArtEphH Description: Foreword by Eric Newton, 79 works listed.

Provenance: Donated by Celia Dunlop, Wellington, in. In December Hodgkins was invited to exhibit at the Venice Biennale, with her career reaching its climax with a retrospective exhibition held in November at the Lefevre Gallery.

She was recognised as a gifted painter and her work was regularly exhibited.FRANCES HODGKINS. Frances Hodgkins ( – ) is regarded as one of New Zealand’s most renowned works capture the spirit of an era greatly influenced by Impressionism and the beginnings of en plein air painting, Post- Impressionism, Fauvism and two World a professional life that spanned fifty-six years, Hodgkins was one of the foremost artists of her generation.Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki presents Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys, a major exhibition of work by one of New Zealand’s most influential artists.

The exhibition which is FREE for children is open from 10am to 5pm daily until Sunday 1 September Frances Hodgkins: European Journeys is the culmination of a significant international project that brings together artworks from.