Circles and Tangents: Art in the Shadow of Cranborne Chase

Salisbury & South Wiltshire Museum: 25 May-29 September 2012

 

Circles and Tangents: Art in the Shadow of Cranborne Chase presented a visual account of artists’ networks and circles associated with one exceptional and historic geographic area of England. This exhibition brought together a unique collection of paintings and sculpture made by artists who, from the 1920s to the present, found in Cranborne Chase and its hinterland a landscape of inspiration, seclusion and ‘bare-boned' beauty. 

Artists in the exhibition included Elizabeth Frink, the Nicholson family (William, Ben, Winifred and E.Q.), John Craxton, Lucian Freud, Augustus John, Henry Lamb, Frances Hodgkins and Katharine Church (Kitty West) as well as less familiar names.

Press Coverage
National Coverage

The Times

9 June 2012
Large review of the exhibition by Simon Tait, with images.

11 August 2012
Christopher Somerville highlights the exhibiton in a feature about a walk on Cranborne Chase.

Country Life

30 May 2012
Feature by Tim Richardson, with several photographs.

Spectator

July 2012
Review, with images, by Andrew Lambirth

Culture24 website

May 2012
Mark Sheerin reviewed exhibiton, with several images.

Art Industry

July 2012
Four page feature by Simon Tait, with several images.

House & Garden

August issue 2012
Featured in ‘Insight’ section by Celina Fox with an image.

Period Living

May 2012
Included in ‘What’s on’ section, with an image and 2-for-1 ticket offer.

World of Interiors

June 2012
Included, with an image, in the ‘Exhibition’ pages.

The Artist

July 2012
News feature, with images.

Burlington Magazine

June 2012
Exhibition listing

Leisure Painter

June 2012
Exhibition listing with an image.

Local Coverage

Wiltshire Magazine

June 2012
Article written by Vivienne Light, with several images.

Salisbury Journal

May 2012
Photograph and news piece about launch of exhibition.

Evolver Magazine

May/June 2012
Exhibition listing, with an image.

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