An exhibition of 50 watercolours exploring landscape and architecture from around Britain and Europe
Albert Goodwin: Visionary Landscapes
Discover this fascinating exhibition of watercolour paintings and sketches that illustrate the travels and influences of the landscape artist Albert Goodwin (1845-1932).
Albert Goodwin was born in Maidstone, Kent. During his lifetime he painted scenes that are both recognisable and of historical interest. As a member of the Royal Watercolour Society, Goodwin exhibited extensively, showing nearly 800 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 Madox Brown.
50 framed watercolours with A5 information labels
4 graphic panels 450 x 760mm
All frames and graphics supplied with mirror plates
155m2 hanging space (exhibition can be adapted for smaller spaces)
Restricted lighting. Light levels maximum of 100 lux.
£2,000 per 4 week block
Terms of hire
This exhibition requires regular supervision during opening hours and the premises securely locked at night. Alarm system required.