The landscape is one of the most powerful and atmospheric themes in art. It can capture shared experiences of the land, transport us to new locales or challenge us with new interpretations of familiar scenes.
Many modern artists have depicted the landscape. They have sought to capture atmosphere and emotional response as well as trying to describe the topography of the land.
This exhibition brings together modern landscape paintings by Christopher Nevinson, Roger Fry, Vanessa Bell and Mary Fedden. It also explores more experimental approaches to depicting the landscape by Richard Long, Kathy Pendergast and Joe Tilson. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, prints and photography, dating from the 1920s to the present day.
Swindon Museum and Art Gallery can offer interesting and interactive tours of this exhibition for groups, colleges, universities and schools on Mondays. Please contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image: Robert Bevan, Back of the Granary, Poland, 1904
Below are talks associated with this exhibition. Please click on the links for more information.