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Max Denison-Pender - Meadow

Max Denison-Pender

Meadow

Oil on panel: 33.1(h) x 23.4(w) in / 84.1(h) x 59.4(w) cm
Signed lower right: Max DP; signed, dated and inscribed with the title on the reverse

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MAX DENISON-PENDER

Born Santiago 1997

Ref: MDP 153

                                               

Meadow

 

Signed lower right: Max DP; signed, dated and inscribed with the title on the reverse

Oil on panel: 33 1/8 x 23 3/8 in / 84.1 x 59.4 cm

Frame size: 40 ¾ x 30 ¾ in / 103.5 x 78.1 cm

 

 

Painted in April 2022

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Following on from the success of his debut presentation at the gallery, Max Denison Pender is holding an exhibition of six flower paintings at the Richard Green Gallery, from 23rd – 27th May, in celebration of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. This opulent group of oil paintings was inspired by the classical flowerpieces in the Richard Green Gallery collection, which features exceptional works from the seventeenth to the twentieth century.

 

A glorious profusion of wildflowers, Meadow, recalls the riotous abundance of Cedric Morris, artfully moving the eye around the canvas with brilliant colour and a virtuosic rapidity of execution.

 

These bold, sensuous still life paintings will be on display at Richard Green, 33 New Bond Street, London, before Max embarks on his next adventure.

 

 

Max Denison-Pender was born in Santiago, Chile in 1997. He grew up in Wiltshire and the countryside near Barcelona, where his love of painting was encouraged by Xavi Miró, a descendant of Joan Miró. At sixteen he joined the London Atelier of Representational Arts (LARA), which teaches highly structured, traditional skills of drawing and painting. Following his first sold-out, solo exhibition in 2019, Max was appointed artist-in-residence for Team GB during the 2020 Olympic Games. When this was postponed due to the pandemic, Max painted portraits of heroes on the front-line, including Jenny McGee and Luis Pitarma, the NHS nurses who helped to save Boris Johnson, which hang outside the Prime Minister’s office. Max was also the first artist in thirty years to gain access to paint the iconic exterior of 10 Downing Street. A future star of British art, Tatler recently included Max as one of the ‘young artists beloved by the social set.’

 

 

 

 

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