Edward Bawden, 1903-1989, was one of the Bardfield Artists. He was a master of the art of drawing for the lino block. His work is held in national museums.
Richard Bawden, b. 1936, is a painter, printmaker and designer working predominantly in lino, etching and watercolours.
Bellany's work is now included in the Tate Britain, as well as the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum, both in New York.
The first woman to be elected a member of the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy. Also first to be made Her Majesty's painter and limner in Scotland.
Has won awards such as the Pure Arts Sculpture Award. The work was exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery, and later become part of the Birth Rights Collection.
Marc Chagall, 1887-1985, was a Russian artist who also lived in France and the United States. He is widely considered to be one of the great masters.
Amanda lives deep in the north west Essex countryside. It is her dawn walks through beautiful local woodlands that truly inspires her.
A shy figure who depicted the flamboyant and extrovert characters she would like to have been. Shunned by critics at first her work is acclaimed and much sort after.
Eileen Cooper is one of only eighty members of the Royal Academy of Arts and the first female Keeper of the Royal Academy.
A shipwright turned painter, carver, printmaker and fine art publisher, James Dodds produces captivating work
Fraser was made a Fellow of the Royal College of Art in 1970 and elected Royal Academician in 1985. His students included David Hockney and Paul Caulfield.
An award winning internationally exhibited artist. Inspired by universal and personal mythologies. The work is poetic and often narrative in its nature.
Pru Green is a potter based in Wivenhoe producing delightful ceramics painted with vivid, recognisable floral and maritime patterns.
A lecturer at both the Lucy Clayton School in Bond Street, London and The Dick Shepherd School, London. Devotes her time to painting, ceramics and sculpture.
Walter Hoyle was a watercolourist, printmaker, designer and teacher originating from Riston in Lancashire. His work is in the collections nationwide,
Anne-Marie Jacobs is a former human rights lawyer who now sculpts stunning textured ceramics inspired by aerial photographs of Mersea Island.
Her work is in many private and public collections in Europe, the USA and Australia, including Arts Council England and the British Museum.
Jelena says that her studies at the Royal Academy and in France have influenced how she interprets her analytical and emotional thoughts in her art...
Henri Matisse, 1869-1954, was a sculptor, printmaker and painter. Called "The Master" by Picasso, he was indubitably a leading figure in modern art.
Barbara Rae is a painter’s painter. Her images are deceptively simple, her vocabulary of techniques extremely complicated.
Eric Ravilious, 1903-1942, was debatably the most famous of the Bardfield Artists. Two former homes are marked with blue plaques. His work continues to be exhibited.
Michael Rothenstein was among the Bardfield Artists. Originally a painter, he became better-known for his linocuts, hand-coloured woodcuts and etchings...
Carol regularly exhibits work at galleries around the UK and also undertakes private commissions. Her work has been published as both prints and greetings cards.
Most work is inspired by wildlife and landscapes. Works in oils, watercolours and also in pastels, from a combination of field sketches and memory.
Bronwen Sleigh’s work explores, rather than describes, space. It challenges perceptions of the ordinary by presenting it in unfamiliar ways.
Andy Warhol was an American artist and prominent figure in the pop art movement. He used a broad range of media, including painting, drawing and photography.
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