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Gerald Wilde at the October Gallery

I don’t think I have visited Old Gloucester Street before. It isn’t an obvious route anywhere. It has something about it which screams “typical Central London back street”. There are many such streets north of Oxford Street for example. It contains many types of buildings, shuffling rather uncomfortably together, the mix a result of post-War planning decisions maybe a little helped by [Read More…]

Exhibitions of Neglected British Century Painters: Prunella Clough and Gerald Wilde

Published in the British Art Journal, V, 2, Autumn 2004

Exhibitions of Neglected British Century Painters: Prunella Clough and Gerald Wilde

Prunella Clough (1919-2000) and Gerald Wilde (1905-1986) spanned a large chunk of the century. Both were, to say the least, individualists. Clough’s work was so varied, both in subject matter and medium, that it is extremely difficult to reach a reasoned conclusion on her abilities and on her status. Wilde’s work was a little more coherent in style, but not [Read More…]