John Martin: Apocalypse, at Tate Britain, 5 Atterbury Street, Westminster, London SW1 from 21 Sep 2011 to 15 Jan 2012. www.tate.org.uk See feature by Gavin Stamp in Country Life Sept 7th.

Exhibition of local sculptors’ works

The Art in the Garden scheme, which places sculptures in garden settings, was pioneered at Stoberry Park. This year, as part of Somerset Art Week and the National Gardens scheme, a temporary exhibition of works by Fiona Campbell, Ian Marlow, Alex Ralph, Christine-Anne Richards and Sonja Klinger will be on show in the gardens here, overlooking the city of Wells.
From 18 September to 2 October
http://www.stoberry-park.co.uk

Gainsborough’s Landscapes; Themes and Variations, at The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street,
Bath from 24 Sep 2011 to 8 Jan 2012. www.
holburne@bath.ac.uk. See preview in Country Life Sept 28th    

Post Modernism: Style & Subversion 1970-1990, at the V & A, Cromwell Road, London SW7 from 24 Sep 2011 to 8 Jan 2012. www.vam.ac.uk See review in Country Life Oct 19th

Autumn exhibition from The Society of Floral Painters at Stourton Memorial Hall on the National Trust Stourhead Estate 24 September to 9 October www.thespf.org

ALL IS NOT LOST – a collection of artworks from emerging and established female artists, including Zoe Brown, Rebecca Glover, Rachael House, Manu Luksch, Olivia Jane Ransley, Martina Schmücker, Rosalie Schweiker, Jessica Voorsanger and Kate Yoland. From 21 September until 23 October at CGP London, Cafe Gallery, Centre of Southwark Park, London, SE16. www.cgplondon.org

Bridget Riley: colour, stripes, planes and curves
As Riley celebrates her 80th birthday this year, this exhibition takes paintings and studies from the last 30 years to trace her progress through four chapters of stripes, planes, curves and stripes again. From 24 September until 20 November at Kettle’s Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge. www.kettlesyard.co.uk

Portraits in the making
A selection of promising talents, working in materials from ceramics to wood. They all first met through the Crafts Council’s Hothouse programme and include Claire Baker, Holly Berry, Sarah Elwick and Stella Harding. From 21 September until 12 November at PM Gallery & House, Walpole Park, Mattock Lane, Ealing, London W5 5EQ. www.ealing.gov.uk/pmgalleryandhouse

The View From Here: new landscape photographs by Mark Edwards
Edwards’ six large scale colour landscape prints are to accompany the Gainsborough’s Landscapes: Themes and Variations exhibition. From 24 September until 8 January 2012 at The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath. www.holburne.org

Atkinson Grimshaw: Painter of Moonlight
This is the first exhibition of Grimshaw’s work in over three decades, reflecting the rehabilitation of his reputation in recent years. From 19 September until 15 January 2012 at Guildhall Art Gallery, Guildhall Yard, London EC2P 2EJ. www.guildhallartgallery.cityoflondon.gov.uk

Ulf Greder: Nostalgie
A showcase of the Swedish painters progression through some of his most cherished locations in Burgundy, Provence and on the Riviera. From 21 September until 13 October at Francis Kyle Gallery, 9 Maddox Street, London, WIS 2QE. www.franciskylegallery.com

Maurice Cockrill RA: Works on paper from five decades
This exhibition will feature a range of imagery from Cockrill’s early figurative to more recent abstract studies. From 27 September until 30 November at Sir Hugh Casson room for friends, Sir Hugh Casson Room for Friends, Royal Academy of Arts, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J OBD. www.royalacademy.org.uk

The Threadneedle Prize for Painting and Sculpture
This prize is the leading showcase for paintings and sculptures that promote the practice of representational art, whilst challenging its language and assumptions. From 22 September until 8 October at Mall Galleries, The Mall, London, SW1. www.mallgalleries.org.uk

Exhibition of Twentieth Century Watercolours and Drawings – 80 works collected during the past year that Abbott and Holder think are particulaly beautiful and/or interesting. At Abbott and Holder Ltd. 30 Museum Street. Bloomsbury. London WC1 until 8th October. www.abbottandholder.co.uk

Exhibition of the British Tapestry Group, which exists to promote woven tapestry as a contempory art form in the UK, by raising public awareness through professional exhibitions, networking, regional initiaves, training and development. At work the Stables Gallery, Orleans House, Twickenham until 23rd October. www.thebritishtapestrygroup.co.uk .

Two and a Half Dimensions
An exhibition exploring works which fall in between the categories of wall painting and sculpture, including artists such as Anthony Caro, Harry Thubron, Tina Jenkins and Richard Clegg. From 21 September until 29 October at Pangolin London, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N19AG. www.pangolinlondon.com

White Sound: an urban seascape – new commission by sound artist Bill Fontana. For 3 weeks, the installation will transform the urban environment of one of London’s most polluted thoroughfares with a live sound feed from Chesil Beach in Dorset. “White Sound will create an entirely new acoustic architecture that challenges our sense of place and dissolves the physical sensation of being in the city within an experience of the tidal rhyths of the sea”. At the Wellcome Collection, 183 Euston Road, London NW1 from 22 Sep to 16 Oct. www.wellcome.ac.uk

Ford Madox Brown: Pre-Raphaelite Pioneer – first major exhibition of the artist’s work since 1964, at Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester from 24 Sep to 29 Jan 2012. www.manchestergalleries.org/fordmadoxbrown. See review in Country Life Dec 14 2011.

Camulodunum – the opening exhibition of firstsite, the major new centre for the visual arts in Colchester, looks at the Roman history of the city, drawing upon its important collection of Romano-British artefacts, including coins, ceramics and other aspects of Colchester’s archaeology, shown alongside artworks by artists such as Barbara Hepworth, Sarah Lucas, Henry Moore, Cildo Meireles, Grayson Perry and Andy Warhol. At firstsite, High Street, Colchester from 25 Sep to 22 Jan 2012. www.firstsite.uk.net

From Garden City to Green City – exploring the many visions, designs and projects that have inspired the ‘green city’ movement over the last 150 years. At the Garden Museum, Lambeth Palace Road, London SE1 from 19 Sep to 1 Apr 2012. www.gardenmuseum.org

French Escapades – bringing together works by a select group of artists with a special feel for, and intimate experience of, France. Artists include Jeremy Barlow, Colin Carruthers, Robert Crisp, Douglas Gray, Tina Morgan, Michael Kidd, John Kingsley and James Orr. At Red Rag Modern Art Gallery, 24 Brock Street, Bath until 2 Oct. www.bathartgallery.co.uk

Recreating Tatlin’s Tower – exploring the conception, vision and symbolism of Vladimir Tatlin’s unrealised Monument to the Third International, with a special scaled recreation of the tower by Jeremy Dixon Architects on display in the Annenberg Courtyard as part of the ‘Building the Revolution: Soviet Art and Architecture 1915-1935 exhibition in the Sackler Wing of Galleries from 29 Oct. At the Royal Academy, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1 from 23 Sep to 29 Jan 2012. www.royalacademy.org.uk/architecture

Postmodernism: Style and Subversion 1970-1990
– the first in-depth survey of art, design and architecture of the 1970s and 1980s, examining one of the most contentious phenomena in recent art and design history. At the V & A, South Kensington, London from 24 Sep to 15 Jan 2012. www.vam.ac.uk. See preview in Country Life 19 Oct 2011.

CLOSING SOON
Royal Faberge at Buckingham Palace
, London to 25 Sep. 020 7766 7300

The Jameel Prize 2011 – exhibition of works by the ten shortlisted artists for the Jameel Prize for contemporary artists and designers inspired by Islamic traditions of craft and design. Winner to be announced on 12 September. At the V & A, South Kensington, London SW7 to 25 Sep. www.vam.ac.uk

Exhibition of highlights from major new gift of modern british art from George and Ann Dannatt,
featuring works by the St Ives artists such as Terry Frost, Patrick Heron, Roger Hilton, Peter Lanyon, Denis Mitchell, Ben Nicholson, William Scott, John Tunnard and others, at Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester until 25 Sep. www.pallant.org.uk

Contemporary Garden Sculpture & Design
Described as “a fresh, innovative response to traditional garden sculpture”, this show at Newington Nurseries, near Stadhampton, Oxfordshire includes tall strolling men, elegant metal birds, latticed garden screens, glass perennials, mosaic spheres and earth-glazed pebble pots by a range of well known and emerging artists.
Until 30 September. www.newington-nurseries.co.uk

Moore at Hatfield
The largest collection of Henry Moore’s monumental works ever exhibited in the grounds of an historic house are on display in the gardens as part of a programme of events and exhibitions to mark Hatfield’s 400th anniversary.
Until 30 September. www.hatfield-house.co.uk

Willow Wildlife
Solo show at Newby Hall near Ripon by the acclaimed Whitby based willow sculptor Emma Stothard. Fifteen life-sized animal sculptures will be on show in the gardens, as well as an indoor display of her artwork and small silver wire pieces.
1 June to 25 September. www.newbyhall.com

Beyond the Garden Gate
Four West Country artists known as the scraptors (they specialise in making sculptures from pieces of scrap sourced from skips, roadsides and recycling yards) have installed a sculpture trail by the Six Wells in the woods bordering Stourhead Gardens in Wiltshire. Anthony Wilson, Fiona Campbell, Paul Boswell and Rachel Macleay have also collaborated on some pieces together.
1-30 September. www.nationaltrust.org.uk/stourhead

September Sculpture Exhibition
Showing at Mount Pleasant Gardens, Kelsall, Cheshire are works by British based artists such Katie Green (mosaic glass), David Howarth (metalwork) and resident artist Andrew Worthington (sandstone carving).
1-30 September
www.mountpleasantgardens.co.uk

Albert Irvin RA – from Holyrood to Stratford – a selection of Irvin’s vibrant abstract screen prints dating from the late 1980s to the present. At the Royal Academy of Arts Sir Hugh Casson Room, Piccadilly, London to 25 Sep. www.royalacademy.org.uk

Twombly and Poussin: Arcadian Painters at the Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gallery Road, Dulwich, London SE21 to celebrate its bicentenary, to 25 Sep. 020 8693 5254 (see article in Country Life Jun 29, 2011)

Warhol and the Diva – a collection of Andy Warhol’s most iconic works, focusing on the most alluring Divas of his time. At The Lowry, Pier 8, Salford Quays until 25 Sep. www.thelowry.com

Time Regained: works by Artist Goldsmith Dr Kevin Coates at The Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, London W1 until 25 Sep. www.wallacecollection.org

John Piper in Kent & Sussex, featuring major and rarely seen works including painting, printing, photography and collage, stage and costume design, travel guides, tapestry, stained glass and vestments, at Towner, Eastbourne to 25 Sep. (see review in Country Life 27 April 2011)

Snap, Crackle and Pop: British Pop Art – key objects bringing together work by some of the UK’s leading Pop Artists with key objects from the Sixties to explore the interrelation between art and popular culture during Swinging Sixties Britain. Works by Richard Hamilton, Eduardo Paolozzi, Peter Blake, David Hockney, Clive Barker, Patrick Caulfield, Allen Jones and Joe Tilson are included. At The Lightbox, Chobham Road, Woking to 28 Sep. www.thelightbox.org.uk

The Horse – Goodwood House opens its doors to showcase its beautiful art collection including The Horse, an exhibition of horse-related art from the Goodwood collection and work by British photographer, Tim Flach. The exhibition will include paintings by Wootton and Stubbs and a picture of the first ever horse box which was used to secretly transport the racehorse Elis from Goodwood to Doncaster. At Goodwood House, Chichester from 1 Aug to 26 Sep. www.goodwood.com

Home and Away; paintings of everyday life by Tessa Newcomb at Kentmere House Gallery, 53 Scarcroft Hill, York to 29 Sep. www.kentmerehouse.co.uk

Frontlines: Sean Smith – conflict in the 21st century. The acclaimed war photographer brings together some of his finest work and offers both a chronicle of major flashpoints and a unique insight into modern warfare and its aftermath. At Kings Place Gallery, Kings Place, 90 York Way, London to 30 Sep. www.kingsplacegallery.co.uk

Vanessa Gardiner – Aegean Coasts at the Hart Gallery, 113 Upper Street, Islington, London N1 until 28 Sep. www.hartgallery.co.uk

From Sapperton to Campden: a display of the work of Norman Jewson at Court Barn Museum, Church Street, Chipping Campden until 25 Sep. www.courtbarn.org.uk

Steve McCurry – first major London exhibition of the influential photographer, who has captured images of countries all over the world, including his famous ‘Afghan Girl’ and 35 other prints for sale. At Chris Beetles Fine Photographs, 3-5 Swallow Street, London W1 until 24 Sep. www.chrisbeetlesfinephotographs.com

Northern Contemporary Furniture Makers – a diverse selection handmade by contemporary craftsmen using traditional techniques combined with the latest technology out of the finest quality hardwoods. At Tennants Auction Centre, Harmby Road, Leyburn, North Yorks to 24 Sep. www.northernfurniture.org.uk

Exhibitions from September 26 2011

En Brunaille – Painted Drawings – showing a group of painted sketches from Christ Church’s collection painted in a hue of brown tones, by painters such as Anthony van Dyck and Frans Floris. Also showing: Clouet to Claude – French Masterdrawings – overview on French draughtsmanship showing Christ Church’s collection of French drawings. Both on at Christ Church Picture Gallery, Christ Church, Oxford from 1 Oct to 23 Dec. www.chch.ox.ac.uk/gallery

Goldsmiths’ Fair ’11 – A unique opportunity to buy contemporary silver and jewellery direct from the best jewellery and silversmithing talent in the UK. From September 26 – October 2 and from October 4 – October 9. 11am – 7pm Monday to Friday, 10am – 6pm Saturday and Sunday. At Goldsmiths’ Hall, Foster Lane, London EC2V 6BN. www.thegoldsmiths.co.uk

“Recent Work” by Nicholas Granger-Taylor at Jonathan Cooper Park Walk Gallery, 20 Park Walk, London, SW10 0AQ from 28 September – 13 October. www.jonathancooper.co.uk

Scotland’s Islands Festival Exhibition
A selection of Scotland’s finest artists including John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo), Robert Kelsey and Vega. From 26 September until 1 October at Air Gallery, 32 Dover Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4NE. www.airgalley.co.uk

Barry Flanagan Early Works 1965-1982
This exhibition focuses on Flanagan’s early studio practice, ending with the first international presentations of his stone, ceramic and bronze works at the Venice Biennale and Documenta 7. From 27 September until 2 January 2012 at Tate Britain, Level 2 Galleries, Millbank, London SW1P 4RG. www.tate.org.uk

The Radev Collection: Bloomsbury and Beyond
The first public showing of the Radev Collection including works by Keith Vaughan, Duncan Grant and Henri Gaudier-Brzeska. From 1 October 2011 until 22 January 2012 at Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex. www.pallant.org.uk

Dazzling Arms and Armour from the East
An exhibition of the varied forms of surface decoration found on Eastern arms and armour. From October until 26 March 2012 at The Wallace Collection, Hertford House, Manchester Square, London, W1U 3BN. www.wallacecollection.org.

20 artists for 20 years – 20th anniversary exhibition at Kentmere House Gallery, 53 Scarcroft Hill, York from 1 Oct to 17 Nov. www.kentmerehouse.co.uk

Mary Webb: Journeys in Colour – the largest exhibition ever of the bold, abstract works of the artist’s work, done from 1965 to the present day and including 60 paintings, together with screen prints, drawings and collages. At the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia from 27 Sep to 4 Dec. www.scva.ac.uk

Shallow Seas –
an exhibition of recent abstract landscape paintings by Robert Eadie at the Gallery in Redchurch Street, 50 Redchurch Street, London E2 from 27 Sep to 2 Oct. 01798 865680

The Radev Collection: Bloomsbury and Beyond – the first public showing of the collection, which charts the friendships and interests of the Bloomsbury acolyte Mattei Radev, the venerated music critic and 5th Lord Sackville, Eddy Sackville-West and the artist-dealer Eardley Knollys. Includes works by Keith Vaughan, Duncan Grant, Graham Sutherland, Alfred Wallis, Ivon Hitchens, Maruice Denis, Henri Gaudier-Brzeska, Jean Metzinger, Jean Millet, Amedeo Modigliani and Lucien Pissarro. At Pallant House Gallery, 9 North Pallant, Chichester from 1 Oct to 22 Jan. www.pallant.org.uk

CLOSING SOON

Joan Miro; The Ladder of Escape, at Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 until 30 Sep. www.tate.org.uk   See preview in Country Life Apr 13

‘Moore at Hatfield’ – an exhibition of works by Henry Moore in the formal garden and woodland at Hatfield, the largest collection of his monumental works ever exhibited in the grounds of a country house, Also at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire is ‘Hatfield 400′, centred on the amazing early copy of the King James Bible still at Hatfield. This unique edition was one of only 27 printed for the King, Queen and Privy Council and it has Cecil’s coat of arms in tooled leather on the front. The small exhibition explores the completion of the King James Bible in 1611 and the special relationship between King James I and his most loyal chief minister, Robert Cecil, who was involved in almost everything happening in the country at the time. It includes a dozen or so manuscripts from the archive, including letters from the King to Cecil of 1609, and other things relating to the building of the house, correspondence about the Gunpowder Plot etc. The exhibition is in the dining room at Hatfield, where the tapestries of 1611 representing the Four Seasons hang. Until Sep 30. www.hatfield-house.co.uk

The Garden of Eichstatt 1613 by Basil Besler (1561-1629)
– 100 botanical Besler copper plate engravings (later coloured) from the first edition of Hortus Eystettensis (pub 1613), one of the largest collections to be hung together for over a decade. These incredible botanical studies represent a very important part of social history. They show a pictorial record of the flowers growing in the finest and most extravagant European garden of its time, the Garden of Eichstatt. The garden soon became the most famous and celebrated in Europe. Besler was commissioned to commence an engraved recording of all the plants and the grandest, most expensive illustrated catalogue of its kind – a florilegium – was first published in 1613. The plates are available to purchase singly or as sets. Prices starting at £1,000. At Alexander Meddowes, 39 Royal Terrace, Edinburgh until 30 Aug. www.alexandermeddowes.com

Going for Bronze – life, death and landscape on Dartmoor during the Bronze Age, tracing the progression from stone to bronze tools and how this change affected life and land from 2,300 to 700 BC. At Dartmoor National Park Authority Visitor Centre, Postbridge, Devon until 30 Sep. www.dartmoor-npa.gov.uk

Hapshash Takes a Trip – the sixties work of Nigel Waymouth, who, by 1967, had established himself with Michael English as one of the most progressive design collectives, calling themselves Hapshash & the Coloured Coat. Hapshash are best known for their psychedelic posters created for the biggest underground music venue of its time, the legendery UFO Club. The artwork on show, including huge silk-screened reproductions of iconic posters, shows the subversive mix of avant-garde and art nouveau which became the signature style that defined psychedelia. At Idea Generation Gallery, 11 Chance Street, London E2 until 2 Oct. 020 7749 6850

Twentieth Century Watercolours and Drawings by a range of artists, at Abbott and Holder, 30 Museum Street, London WC1 to 8 Oct. 020 7637 3981

Immersion; Drawing with Purpose
– works by Simon Read at Eleven Spitalfields, 11 Princelet Street, London E1 until 29 Sep. www.elevenspitalfields.com

Devotion by Design
: Italian Altarpieces before 1500, at the National Gallery, Trafalgar Square, London WC2 to 2 Oct. www.nationalgallery.org.uk  See preview in Country Life July 6th

Saving a Century – celebrating 50 years of the Victorian Society, an exhibition of photos from around the country curated by architectural historian Gavin Stamp, showing the best Victorian and Edwardian buildings that the Society has campaigned to save. At Jubilee Library, Jubilee Street, Brighton until 30 Sep

Mythic Garden Sculpture Exhibition
Situated in the woodland setting of Stone Lane Gardens, Chagford in Devon, this exhibition, now in its 18th year, boasts work in various media by new and re-contributing artists.
Until 3 October
www.mythicgarden.eclipse.co.uk

Fine Art illustrations by Paul Cummings – a selection of portraits which originated from photographs taken using a mobile phone, capturing the moment of sincerity and candidness as re-interpreted in charcoal on paper. At Exposure Gallery, 22-23 Little Portland Street, London W1 until 30 Sep. www.exposure.net

Sacred and Profane – an exhibition of sculpture by Peter Eugene Ball, who currently has more than 60 pieces in churches and cathedrals throughout Britain. This exhibition includes examples of both his religious and secular works and is on show at Chichester Cathedral from 1 Aug to 29 Sep. www.petereball.com

Brian Wall – New Works
to mark the artist’s 80th year. During the 1950s and 1960s, Wall was at the centre of changes of direction within British sculpture, living in St Ives, where he turned from abstract painting to sculpture, and used the technology of welding, introducing dramatic cantilevering, and then moving to London in 1960. In 1972 he moved permanently to California. At Flowers, 21 Cork Street, London W1 from 7 Sep to 1 Oct. www.flowersgalleries.com

The Life and Works of F C B Cadell
(1883-1937) – some never before see paintings by one of Scotland’s most popular artists, at Portland Gallery, 8 Bennet Street, London SW1 from 8-30 Sep. www.portlandgallery.com

Exhibition of local sculptors’ works

The Art in the Garden scheme, which places sculptures in garden settings, was pioneered at Stoberry Park. This year, as part of Somerset Art Week and the National Gardens scheme, a temporary exhibition of works by Fiona Campbell, Ian Marlow, Alex Ralph, Christine-Anne Richards and Sonja Klinger will be on show in the gardens here, overlooking the city of Wells.
From 18 September to 2 October
http://www.stoberry-park.co.uk

Enchanted Garden: Flower Fairies and Dark Tales
– a magical and mysterious summer fairyland at the National Trust’s Mottisfont with over 50 original artworks depicting tales of mischief and enchantment, from flower fairies to malevolent sprites, uniting high Victorian fantasy, nostalgia and contemporary art, at Mottisfont, Romsey to 2 Oct. 01794 340757

Eyewitness – Hungarian Photography in the 20th century; Brassai, Capa, Kertesz, Moholy-Nagy, Munkacsi, at the Royal Academy of Arts, Sackler Wing, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London W1 to 2 Oct. www.royalacademy.org.uk

Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera
: Masterpieces from the Gelman Collection at Pallant House Gallery , 9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex, PO19 1TJ from 9 July – 2 October. www.pallant.org.uk

Across the Grain – an exhibition of sculptures, original wood carvings and many casts and an installation of Elm Trees by Jilly Sutton, at Victoria Art Gallery, Bath from 23 July to 2 October  01225 477244 victoria_enquiries@bathnes.gov.uk

Stanley Spencer and the English Garden
is at Compton Verney, Warwickshire until Oct 2. www.comptonverney.org.uk (see review in Country Life August 17 2011)

Robert Rauschenberg: Botanical Vaudeville the first large-scale show of his work in Britain for 30 years. At Inverleith House, Edinburgh until Oct 2. www.0131 248 2971

Michael Porter – paintings at Purdy Hicks Gallery
, 65 Hopton Street, Bankside, London SE1 to 3 Oct. www.purdyhicks.com

The Scottish Gallery September Exhibition – Fergusson’s Women; first solo exhibition by Calum McClure; David Cass – Unearthed – prints; Diamonds in the Rough – a selection of jewellery graduates’ work; porcelain by Janice Tchalenko; all at the Scottish Gallery, 16 Dundas Street, Edinburgh until 1 Oct. www.scottish-gallery.co.uk

Brian Wall – New Works at Flowers, 21 Cork Street, London W1 until 1 Oct. www.flowersgalleries.com

Herts Open Studios
– artists and craftsmen all over Hertfordshire open their studios from 10 sep to 2 oct; for details of who and where get a brochure from Herts Visual Arts – www.hvaf.org.uk

From Polar Bear to Penguin – new work by sculptor Mark Coreth and painter Andrew Stock at the Jerram Gallery, Half Moon Street, Sherborne, Dorset until 1 Oct. www.jerram gallery.com

Hester Berry – solo exhibition, including simple landscapes of Sussex and Surrey. Her works are expressive representations of rural and urban landscapes with painting surfaces made of recycled materials often raw-edged and organic in appearance. At New Ashgate Gallery, Waggon Yard, Farnham until 6 Oct. www.newashgate.org.uk

The Life and Works of F C B Cadell (1883-1937), including never before seen paintings, at Portland Gallery, 8 Bennet Street, London until 30 Sep. www.portlandgallery.com

Vintage Travel and Advertising Posters on exhibition and for sale through the antiquarian bookshop founded in York in 1761, Henry Sotheran Ltd, 2 Sackville Street, London W1 from 16 Sep to 1 Oct. www.sotherans.co.uk

Alan Cotton – paintings of Devon, Cornwall, Skye, Piedmonte, Provence and New Zealand
at Messums, 8 Cork Street, London W1 to 1 Oct. www.messums.com

Adam Dant: Unusual Cartography – works by the map-maker extraordinaire at Town House, 5 Fournier Street, Spitalfields, London E1 fom 15 Sep to 2 Oct. www.spitalfieldslife.com

Alexander McKenzie – The Lake Road
– and Emma Alcock – New Paintings – at Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, 2A Conway Street, London W1 from 15 Sep to 1 Oct. www.r-h-g.com

Louis Turpin – Borders
; new paintings, at Bohun Gallery, 15 Reading Road, Henley-on-Thames from 13 Sep to 1 Oct. www.bohungallery.co.uk

Scotland’s Islands Festival Exhibition
A selection of Scotland’s finest artists including John Lowrie Morrison (Jolomo), Robert Kelsey and Vega. From 26 September until 1 October at Air Gallery, 32 Dover Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4NE. www.airgalley.co.uk

Shallow Seas – an exhibition of recent abstract landscape paintings by Robert Eadie at the Gallery in Redchurch Street, 50 Redchurch Street, London E2 from 27 Sep to 2 Oct. 01798 865680

French Escapades – bringing together works by a select group of artists with a special feel for, and intimate experience of, France. Artists include Jeremy Barlow, Colin Carruthers, Robert Crisp, Douglas Gray, Tina Morgan, Michael Kidd, John Kingsley and James Orr. At Red Rag Modern Art Gallery, 24 Brock Street, Bath until 2 Oct. www.bathartgallery.co.uk

  • Peter Page

    I was trying to find, on the website, the article by Vivienne Becker called Set in Stone which was in the 19th Sept magazine I would like to email this to somebody abroad but could not find it. Will it be there at some stage?