Exhibitions for late April

Celebrating the Rebirth of a Royal Palace and the Skills of Great

British Tapestry Weavers a Unique Exhibition at the Fleming Collection. A

unique exhibition celebrating Historic Scotland’s stunning

refurbishment of James V’s Royal Palace at Stirling Castle and the

skills of British tapestry weavers. 17th April until 1st June. The

Fleming Collection, 13 Berkeley Street, London, W1.


John Fisher – Writers’ Rooms 5 – for

this new series John Fisher has travelled in Britain, France, Germany,

Italy, Russia and Singapore to work in locations associated with the

lives of some 26 creative individuals. At Francis Kyle Gallery, 9

Maddox Street, London W1 until 16 May. www.franciskylegallery.com


Williams; The Blue Table
– watercolours and still lifes at The Art

Stable, Kelly Ross Fine Art, Child Okeford, Dorset until 18 May.


A Kaleidoscope of Line & Colour

works by Keith Vaughan, Geoffrey Clarke RA, Norman Adams, Anna Adams,

Edward Cowie, Freda Marston, Peter Brook, Peter Fox, Daivd Knight,

Charles Bray, Terry Frost, Edward Bawden, Wyndham Lewis and others, at

Gavagan Art, Linton Court Gallery, Duke Street, Settle, North Yorks

until 31 May. www.gavaganart.com

Lasting Impressions – an

exhibition of original artists’ prints showing the diversity of

techniques from etching, linocut and woodcut to monoprint and

screenprint. Artists include Peter Ford, Hilary Paynter, John Brunsden,

Richard Bawden, H J Jackson, Lisa Hooper, Paul Bissona and Valerie

Thornton. At Kentmere House Gallery, 53 Scarcroft Hill, York until 12

July. www.kentmerehouse.co.uk

Richard Patterson paintings
– at Timothy Taylor Gallery, 15 Carlos Place, London W1 until 1 June. www.timothytaylorgallery.com


– photographs of London blossom trees by Patrick and Tristram

Fetherstonhaugh, at Margaret Streeet Gallery, 63 Margaret Street, London

W1 until 25 May. www.margaretstgallery.com

Eric Fraser

– major retrospective of 300 works by the British

illustrator and designer at Chris Beetles Gallery, 8 and 10 Ryder

Street, London SW1 until 11 May. www.chrisbeetles.com


After the War
– nearly 50 works by Calder from the years of 1945-49,

widely considered to be the most important period in the artist’s career

and featuring mobiles, stabiles and standing mobiles, at Pace London, 6

Burlington Gardens, London W1 until 1 June. www.pacegallery.com

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– in the Realm of Perception – still lifes at Gallery 27, 27

Cork Street, London W1 until 27 Apr. www.michaelsangster.com

Saloua Raouda Choucair – paintings on show at Tate Modern, Bankside, London SE1 until 20 Oct. www.tate.org.uk


Art of Humour
– works by Eduard Bersudsky, Michael Forbes, Helen

Denerley, Colin Brown, Paul Barnes, Alan Macdonald, Steve Dilworth,

Henry Fraser, Illona Morrice, David Kemp, Robert Powell, Ronald Rae,

Ingebjorg Smith and George Wylie at Kilmorack Gallery, by Beauly,

Inverness-shire until 1 June. www.kilmorackgallery.co.uk

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on the Thames (above)
– an exhibition of etchings and lithotints at The Fine

Art Society, 148 New Bond Street, London W1 until 9 May.


Paintings by David Inshaw to celebrate the 70th

birthday of this important figurative painter. At The Fine Art Society,

148 New Bond Street, London W1 until 9 May. www.faslondon.com


Estoricks: Dealing to Collect
– an exhibition that re-examines one of

the art world’s most remarkable careers and characters on the centenary

of Eric Estorick’s birth. It reunites works no longer in the Estorick

Collection and explores the lives of Eric and Salome Estorick,

considering their relationships with the painters and sculptors whose

work they supported, revealing the broad sweep of their artistic

interests and chronicling the formation of their truly extraordinary

Italian collection. At the Estorick Collection, 39a Canonbury Square,

London N1 until 16 June. www.estorickcollection.com



Painting Fellowships 2013
– new work by three exceptional emerging

painters: Anthony Faroux, Susan Sluglett and Sophia Starling. At JVA at

Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, London SE1 until 28 Apr.


Landscapes, Seascapes, and Cityscapes

Chris Mcloughlin, Colin Taylor, and Mathew Thompson. Chris McLoughlin

takes inspiration from the landscape, with bold brush marks, vibrant

colours, light and shadows he creates exciting and evocative paintings

that capture the imagination and essence of the subject. Colin Taylor is

an outdoor enthusiast with a keen interest in climbing and travelling,

both of which are his inspiration for painting. Matthew Thompson works

in mixed media of paints, charcoal and pastels creating a passionate and

expressive take on everyday, urban scenes. These three vibrant artists

create a lively exhibition featuring landscapes, seascapes and

cityscapes. 5th until 26th April. Wendy J Levy Gallery, 1st Floor

Gallery, 17 Warburton Street, Didsbury, Manchester.


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