Would you like to capture how an artwork could look and feel at home? We can now bring selected works into your home, virtually.
Room View is an exciting, easy-to-use service. Just email us an image of a wall in your home or office and we’ll provide an accurate vision of a chosen painting hanging in that space. All we require are some approximate dimensions; the width of a sofa or space between two points on a wall. We hope you’ll enjoy this new way to experience the fine artworks we have to offer.
If you’d like to know more about Room View, please contact us.
TERRY FROST - ROOM VIEW
Terry Frost's Moon Blue for ‘M’ (1981) was a feature piece in a popular touring exhibition of his work in the late 1980s, the vivid colours and shapes surely referencing his great love for the work of Matisse (perhaps the ‘M’ of the title). An exuberant, joyful artist at the heart of the St Ives movement, Frost’s work lifts the mood of any room.
ALAN DAVIE - ROOM VIEW
It is with some confidence we feel able to suggest the idiosyncratic Scotsman would have enjoyed the spotlight on his vibrant 1962 oil Dragons’ Eggs Assorted in the run up to Easter. Created at a time when Davie’s oeuvre was having a formative influence on the likes of David Hockney, it was also widely exhibited across South America; no wonder then, that Alan Bowness was moved to cite Alan Davie as ‘among one of the major figures in the art of our times.’
JEREMY GARDINER - ROOM VIEW
In advance of Jeremy Gardiner’s forthoming Exhibition, South by Southwest, we've featured one of his earlier works. A great strength of Gardiner’s paintings is that his semi-abstraction is laden with emotion and meaning, and Ballard Point No 9 (1998) is - unwittingly of course - a work for our times. One of the last remaining pieces from his highly-acclaimed series featuring the famous Dorset chalk cliffs, it asks the viewer to observe this natural phenomenon from a viewpoint inside his studio; in this painting there is the element of withdrawal from the outside world that we all must face at the moment, but also the soothing reality that our gaze cannot be entirely shut off.
PETER JOYCE - ROOM VIEW
Bringing us right up to date, but staying with the consolations to be found in the landscape, our final Room View, Path Finding (2019) by Peter Joyce whom we are now representing in London and is the most recent addition to our contemporary artists. The eye is immediately drawn to the olive-toned line plotting its way through earthen shades and other organic forms in Joyce's abstraction; a sense of direction and purpose, perhaps, amid the crowded composition of life.