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John Piper Breakwaters at Seaford 1937

British Masters: In search of England

What a dispiriting programme this was, the second in the British Masters series presented by James Fox. It offered a survey of British art in the inter-war years, an interesting period in British a…

John Piper Breakwaters at Seaford 1937

British Masters: In search of England

"A Ruined House, Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire" by John Piper, 1941 (Oil & Indian ink on canvas on board)

John Egerton Christmas Piper CH December 1903 – 28 June A Ruined House, Hampton Gay, Oxfordshire

"Dungeness" by John Piper, 1947 (oil on masonite)

"Dungeness" by John Piper, 1947 (oil on masonite)

Stones and Bones V, Snowdonia - John Piper John Piper is one of the major figures in 20th century British art and is particularly associated with the neo-Romantic movement.

Stones and Bones V, Snowdonia - John Piper John Piper is one of the major figures in century British art and is particularly associated with the neo-Romantic movement.

John Piper ‘Framlingham Castle’, 1971 © The Piper Estate

John Piper ‘Framlingham Castle’, 1971 © The Piper Estate

'Talland Church, Cornwall' by John Piper, 1944 (lithograph)

There was a serious question behind the quiz in my last post, and it was this—what was it that led a whole generation of British artists who.

John Piper: "Pembrokeshire: A Distant Prospect" 1964

Graham Suthland: Western Hills 1938 A short break in Pembrokeshire set me off in search of painters whose work reflects the shapes and.

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