Visionary Landscapes

An exhibition of 50 watercolours exploring landscape and architecture from around Britain and Europe

Albert Goodwin: Visionary Landscapes

Discover this fascinating exhibition featuring 50 watercolours that explore landscape and architecture from around Britain and Europe.

Introduction

Albert Goodwin (1845-1932) was born in Maidstone, Kent and was able to maintain a career as a successful artist throughout his lifetime. He painted scenes that are both recognisable and of historical interest, documenting how towns and buildings once appeared. As a member of the Royal Watercolour Society, Goodwin exhibited extensively, showcasing over 700 works. He was championed by Ruskin and trained with the Pre-Raphaelite brotherhood. His emotive Visionary Landscapes reflect the artistic influences of luminaries from Turner to Ford Maddox Brown.

Exhibition includes

  • 50 framed watercolours with information labels (frame sizes to be confirmed)
  • 4 graphic panels 450 x 760mm
  • Title graphic
  • All works and graphics will be mirror plated ready for hanging
  • Security screws

Gallery requirements

  • 50-80/150-350m2 hanging space
  • Light levels maximum of 100 lux

Terms of hire

Category C – This exhibition must be under regular supervision during opening hours and the premises securely locked at night.

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