PAUL MAZE AND WINSTON CHURCHILL: COMPANIONS OF THE BRUSH
Blenheim Palace State Rooms
11 July – 13 November 2022

Paul Lucien Maze 1887-1979 Henley Royal Regatta, oil on canvas
On loan from the River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames
It is seems so fitting to be holding this exhibition at Blenheim Palace. Writing the foreword to Anne Singer’s book Paul Maze The Lost Impressionist, published in 1983, the French Ambassador to the Court of St James, former Director General of French Museums, H.E. Monsieur Emmanuel de Margerie augured a time when the work of Maze would be publicly celebrated, writing:

“Some time in the future – in some museum or other collection – people will come across his soldiers marching past Buckingham Palace, the splendour of a Coronation or an Opening of Parliament, and think, ‘This is our England. This is the work of a French painter who was at the same time an English painter.’ How Paul Maze would have cherished such a compliment.”

A Blenheim Palace ticket is required to view this exhibition, or it is free for Annual Pass holders, for more information please visit Blenheim Palace.

PATRICK HUGHES: THE DIE IS CAST
15 July – 29 August 2022
Woodstock Gallery, Main Room

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Patrick Hughes b.1939 Sea City, 2022 hand-painted multiple with archival inkjet
39.5 x 112.5 x 17 cm, Edition of 100, £7,000+VAT ENQUIRE
We are delighted to welcome Patrick Hughes to exhibit in the Main Gallery in Woodstock. The exhibition will feature a selection of original work, new multiples and prints by the master of Reverspective.

JOHN PIPER – SELECTED PRINTS AND WORKS ON PAPER
Gallery 10, 1-5 Cromwell Place, London SW7 2JE
19 – 24 July 2022

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John Piper CH (1903-1992) Venice Beach for ‘Death in Venice’, watercolour with gouache, 54 x 104 cm, POA
The exhibition consists of drawings, paintings and prints right from the beginning to the end of Piper’s career. The earliest work, Sketch for a Construction 1933 has not been seen in public since it was exhibited at the Tate in 1984. The exhibition also includes the Stones and Bones portfolio from the collection of the former front man of pop band ‘The Pretty Things’ . Printed in 1978 by Kelpra Editions in the portfolio Piper has uses a variety of sources for the prints including drawing, collage, photographs and sketchbooks. There are some rare examples of his experiments with figurative images, thought to be based on his wife Myfanwy.
We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery or one of our events soon!
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