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    Joan Eardley

    Joan Eardley
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    2021 will mark the centenary of Joan Kathleen Harding Eardley’s birth.  Joan Eardley is a celebrated British 20th Century artist, known for her moving portraits of children on the streets of Glasgow and expressive seascapes in Catterline. She embraced the hardships of a Post-War Britain and documented this disappearing world.

    Juliana Matsumura: Traces of Deconstruction

    Juliana Matsumura: Traces of Deconstruction
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    Juliana Matsumara is a Japanese-Brazilian artist living and working in Lisbon and Sao Paulo. Her delicate, abstract forms are instantly recognisable and have been exhibited and collected internationally. Her work is defined by the printed texture of paper, of the torn edges of collages and fluid shapes that both fill and dance across the surface of her works.

    Kuniko Maeda - Elevating the Every Day

    Kuniko Maeda - Elevating the Every Day
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    Upon a first interaction with Japanese artist, Kuniko Maeda’s organic sculptures, you are confronted with assured forms that appear to grow from nothing. They echo the elaborate fungi found in rich jungle ecosystems and their sentiment is not so distant. Paper cards are Maeda’s material of choice, an overlooked, often immediately discarded object, found in abundance today. The soft kraft browns allude to the sculptures’ material composition, however, the scalloped edges, folds pouring out in expanding waves, and organic, yet assured shapes elevate this unappreciated everyday material.

    Everything is going Tits Up!

    Everything is going Tits Up!
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      “Tits Up” is the latest work by artist Tina Crawford. This limited-edition art quality print portrays a violet brassiere embroidered with the writing “tits up” in yellow thread over...

    LEONOR FINI – The Surreal Life of a Surreal Woman

    LEONOR FINI – The Surreal Life of a Surreal Woman
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        In the picture: Leyden Gallery's director Adriana Cerne in front of Leonor Fini Photograph by Dora Maar, at Tate Modern.   "I have always loved, and lived, my...

    'Still Life with Birds and Apples' by Studio of Miguel Canals (1925-1995)

    'Still Life with Birds and Apples' by Studio of Miguel Canals (1925-1995)
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    A beautiful painting by Miguel Canal is now part of Leyden Gallery's collection.

    #SummerInAldgate at Dorsett City Hotel

    #SummerInAldgate at Dorsett City Hotel
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    On the 28th of October 2019 at the Dorsett City London Hotel (Aldgate East, London) the hanging of the winning photograph Umbrella, by the artist Eric Etchart marked the final event of Summer in Aldgate, the photo competition ideated by The Aldgate Partnership (TAP) in collaboration with Leyden Gallery.

    Elizabeth Blackadder

    Elizabeth Blackadder
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    Another Scottish woman artist in the Leyden Gallery collection is Dame Elizabeth Blackadder, born in Falkirk, Scotland in 1931, Blackadder is perhaps most well-known for her lyrical watercolour paintings and printmaking of botanical flowers and cats. She was also notably the first woman to be elected a member of both the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy. 

    Harvesting Crops | A drawing by Josef Herman

    Harvesting Crops | A drawing by Josef Herman
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    This original drawing by Herman is owned by Leyden Gallery and depicts two laborers harvesting crops in the field. Further details on request

    'The Unicorn Artist' by Paula Rego, Lithograph (2008)

    'The Unicorn Artist' by Paula Rego, Lithograph (2008)
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    The Unicorn Artist by Paula Rego is a rare limited edition coloured lithograph on paper, which has been included in Leyden Gallery’s exhibition Creature (dis)comforts and is available to purchase. Details on request

    'Celebration Collage 130' by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham arrives and is celebrated at Leyden Gallery

    'Celebration Collage 130' by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham arrives and is celebrated at Leyden Gallery
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    Leyden Gallery is pleased to announce its newest acquisition, Celebration Collage 130 by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. This piece enters into a substantial collection of Barns-Graham’s paintings and prints that began forming in 2013. 

    Summer Salon @ Leyden Gallery

    Summer Salon @ Leyden Gallery
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    Summer Salon @ Leyden Gallery opening Soon 1-25 June PV Tues 31 May join us for this annual Summer Show An exhibition which showcases a sensational array of work from both...

    Marie Laurencin

    Marie Laurencin
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    Despite being closely associated with Picasso, Apollinaire and Gertrude Stein and exhibiting with the Salon cubists in the early twentieth century, Marie Laurencin has been largely excluded from art historical...

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