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A Painter’s Paradise: Julian Trevelyan & Mary Fedden at Durham Wharf

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Julian Trevelyan
1910-1988
POTTERIES

Exhibited

Probably London, Lefevre Gallery, Paintings of Africa and England by Julian Trevelyan, 1942, cat. no.4;
London, Royal Academy, Friend’s Room, Julian Trevelyan 1910-88, 2nd October- 2nd November 1998, cat. no.34.

Catalogue Note

'It was a landscape full of drama and pathos, very much after my own heart. At that time there were thousands of bottle kilns, stuffed with saggers full of pottery and pouring their black smoke into the air.' (Julian Trevelyan, from an unpublished memoir, circa 1984, quoted in The Imaginative Impulse: Julian Trevelyan 1910-800, (exh. cat.) Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames, 1999, p.48)

 

A Painter’s Paradise: Julian Trevelyan & Mary Fedden at Durham Wharf

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London