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New works by Ashley Howard

Those of you who get our email updates will remember that in early March we were looking forward to seeing a series of new works by Ashley Howard in a show that had just opened at Le Don du Fel
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James Rawlin
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Stanley Spencer in Suffolk

Since moving to live in Suffolk, I've been fascinated by the links we keep discovering to artists who one usually associates with quite different parts of Britain. One such is Stanley Spencer, whose connections to Suffolk were revisited throughout his life, and which formed a very important part of the incredibly complex story of his life and relationships.
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James Rawlin
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Exploring the Vessel: William Scott and Ashley Howard

Between 19th and 23rd September 2017 we were pleased to be able to hold an exhibition in London. Read on to find out more...
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James Rawlin
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William Plumptre: New Ceramics Exhibition, 11-20th September 2015

New Ceramics by William PlumptreAldeburgh Cinema Gallery, 11th - 20th September 2015
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James Rawlin
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Summer Reading: Two books you might not think of reading but should

Medieval Graffiti: The Lost Voices of England's Churches and The Lost Pre-Raphaelite: The Secret Life and Loves of Robert Bateman
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James Rawlin
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Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World

Our review of the current exhibition at Tate Britain
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James Rawlin
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Let Battle Commence!

Let Battle Commence! The summer season of British art auctions is under way
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James Rawlin
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From Coast to City: Terry Frost's early paintings

The new exhibition of the work of Terry Frost, which opened at Leeds City Art Gallery last week, offers a most timely look at this extremely interesting figure of the post-war British art world.
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James Rawlin
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The Final Countdown: Modern British & Irish Art at Christie's, 25th and 26th June 2015

Christie's auction was a couple of weeks adrift of the Sotheby's and Bonham's offerings, but it was keenly anticipated by collectors, presenting a wide range of important works coming fresh to the market. Would there still be funds available to match the estimates or had everyone spent already?
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James Rawlin
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And on the main stage... Part I

Modern British art at auction outside the Modern British auctions Part I
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James Rawlin
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And on the main stage... Part II

Modern British art at auction outside the Modern British auctions Part II
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James Rawlin
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The Next Step: Modern British and Irish Art at Bonham's, 10th June 2015

Bonham's were the next on the block, following hot on the heels of Sotheby's, and whilst there were perhaps no obvious star performers, the overall sense of the auction enforced the feeling of strength in this market.
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James Rawlin
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