Wilhelmina Barns-Graham at London Art Fair 2017

Visit Stand 8 at London Art Fair

Jamie Anderson, Director of Waterhouse & Dodd with Geoffrey Bertram, Trust Chair, in front of 'Red Movement on Violet' (1958) with two smaller WBGs beyond.

Jamie Anderson, Director of Waterhouse & Dodd with Geoffrey Bertram, Trust Chair, in front of 'Red Movement on Violet' (1958) with two smaller WBGs beyond.

Waterhouse & Dodd have launched their new role as London representatives of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham with a strong group of paintings presented at the London Art Fair. Holding pride of place is Red Movement on Violet (1925) which has already found an overseas buyer.

 

The seven paintings on show represent several decades of the artist's work, from the 1940s - Houses St Ives Cornwall (1945) - to two Scorpio Series paintings from the 1990s. This is complemented by Expanding Forms No.1 (Lemon), a  gouache from 1980. The Barns-Grahams are interspersed among the gallery's other works by artists who include Paul Feiler and Prunella Clough, Martin Brewster and Cecil Collins.

 

The Waterhouse & Dodd stand is set in the Museum Section on the ground floor of the Fair. This year's guest museum is The Lightbox, Woking, which is  home to the extraordinary Ingram Collection of Modern and Contemporary British Art.

 

The Fair closes on Sunday 22nd january.

Houses St Ives, Cornwall (1945)
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Houses St Ives, Cornwall (1945)
Autumn Landscape WASP (1958)
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Autumn Landscape WASP (1958)
Expanding Forms No.1 (Lemon) (1980)
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Expanding Forms No.1 (Lemon) (1980)
Clodgy Walk (1997-98)
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Clodgy Walk (1997-98)

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