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Exhibition Review: Ivon Hitchens, Unseen paintings from the 30’s

Published in the British Art Journal, X, 2, Winter 2009

Artists of Primrose Hill

Those who organise London walks might like to consider some trails around North London for students of 20th Century British (and even Irish) art.Yesterday,in the Spring sunshine,a short walk took me past Fitzroy Road,where Jack Yeats was born;past St Mark’s Crescent,where William Roberts lived for a long time (and also Rodrigo Moynihan and his wife,Eleanor Bellingham-Smith for a while);and on [Read More…]

Exhibition Review: ‘Ivon Hitchens: Unseen Paintings from the 30s’

A small exhibition of previously unseen paintings by Ivon Hitchens displayed at Jonathan Clark Fine Art in London. These were gorgeous, fresh images (the paintings had been rolled up and stored by the artist 70 years ago), very much more varied than the sort of works by Hitchens which trudge through the saleroom from time to time (and which used [Read More…]