We visited Croft Castle, a National Trust property in Herefordshire, on our way to Shropshire. There are three oils by Rowntree on display, two of them paintings of the castle itself. (One is said to be on loan). The usual lovely Rowntree work. I imagine the 2nd Lord Croft, who died in 1997, had something to do with the pictures [Read More…]
Results for search of category: Kenneth Rowntree
I love the work of Kenneth Rowntree. After I had been to this show, I¬† counted how many works I own by him and it is 5 quite large oils. So it is a great treat to see a reasonable selection of his work on display, especially as I missed him at the Fry Art Gallery in Saffron Walden. I [Read More…]
I have a plan to get to distant Chichester to wonderful Pallant House right at the end of the current Rowntree exhibition. There are some rare Chekhov plays showing at the Festival Theatre and my wife and I are going to combine the two cultural experiences. In the meantime, I have read and perused the catalogue and what a joy [Read More…]
The Journals by Josef Herman, edited by Nina Herman; Ceri Richards by Mel Gooding; Kenneth Rowntree by John Milner
Published in the British Art Journal, IV, 2, Summer 2003
Three book reviews, published originally in The British Art Journal, Volume IV, No 2, Summer 2003. The Journals by Josef Herman, edited by Nina Herman; Ceri Richards by Mel Gooding; Kenneth Rowntree by John MilnerTo read the full review, CLICK HERE.