Royal Academicians at the Richard Green Gallery

Richard Green is proud to present an exhibition of forty-four works by Royal Academicians in celebration of the 250th anniversary of the historic British Arts Institution to coincide with the world’s longest running annual display of contemporary art, the Summer Exhibition. Spanning the eighteenth to the twenty-first century, the show will include portraiture by Sir Thomas Lawrence, Johan Zoffany and Sir John Lavery, landscapes by JMW Turner, as well as still life subjects from Anne Redpath to Mary Fedden. The display will feature the work of illustrious past Presidents Sir Joshua Reynolds, Sir Frank Dicksee and Sir Alfred Munnings, as well as contemporary artist Sean Scully, presenting establishment figures such as Sir Luke Fildes alongside individualists Algernon Newton and LS Lowry. In addition to representing traditional genres in figurative styles, the exhibition will also highlight dramatic developments of the twentieth century with abstract painting and sculpture by William Gear, Sir Terry Frost, Alan Davie, William Scott and Dame Elisabeth Frink.

Richard Green has sold over thirty works by Royal Academicians to regional and international museum collections including The Pola Museum of Art, Kanagawa, Japan, the Dahesh Museum of Art, New York, the Rijksmuseum Twenthe, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven.

 

 

Wednesday, 13 June, 2018 -
Sunday, 19 August, 2018

147 New Bond Street,
London W1S 2TS

John Constable

Pierre Bonnard

Mary Fedden

Laurence Stephen Lowry

William Scott

Sir Herbert James Gunn

Joseph Mallord William Turner

William Roberts

Algernon Newton

Sir Frank Dicksee

Marc Chagall

Sir John Arnesby Brown

Anne Redpath

Glyn Philpot

Sir Alfred Munnings

Dod Procter

George Henry

Sir Thomas Lawrence

Sean Scully

Dame Elisabeth Frink

Ramsey Richard Reinagle

John Downman

Nathaniel Dance

Victor Pasmore

Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir George Clausen

James Ward

Johann Zoffany

Sir William Russell Flint

Alan Davie

Sir Terry Frost

Frederic, Lord Leighton

Charles Landseer

Sir Francis Grant

Dame Laura Knight