A Grand Tour

As with Vézelay, fellow abstract artist John Cecil Stephenson looked to explore the sonorous quality of paint, and Jasia Reichardt states that the artist ‘drew inspiration from music and architecture and these are the essential and inevitable qualities which his work conveys.’ Accent – featured in this exhibition – was part of Stephenson’s first one-man show at the Drian Galleries, where every picture was assigned a musical title. 

Works FEATURED in this Exhibition

Charles Cundall
Falmouth Harbour from the Town Quay, 1940
£14,000.00
Charles Cundall
Dieppe with Figures on the Quayside and Boats Moored, circa 1930
£8,500.00
Charles Cundall
The British Railways Carry On, 1941
£68,000.00
Sold
Charles Cundall
Portrait of Charles Cundall, circa 1937
Charles Cundall
Pont Saint-Michel
£3,750.00
Charles Cundall
H.M.S. Cyclops, Portsmouth
£6,800.00
Private
Collection
Charles Cundall
New York, circa 1950
Private
Collection
Charles Cundall
The Duomo, Assisi, early 1920s
Charles Cundall
Sketch for Stourport Power Station, 1956
£1,750.00
Charles Cundall
Study for the Central Cricket & Recreation Ground, Hastings, c.1952
£3,950.00
Charles Cundall
Study for Excavation in Park Lane, early 1960s
£3,850.00
Charles Cundall
Seine Bookstalls & Fishermen
£3,450.00
Private
Collection
Charles Cundall
Henley Royal Regatta, 1959
Charles Cundall
Study for Hipper at Kiel, c.1945
£11,000.00
Charles Cundall
Calm in the Baltic, 1935
£2,400.00
Charles Cundall
Study for Laying the Commemoration Stones of the new Minicipal BuildingsBristol, 1939
£8,700.00
Charles Cundall
Approaching the Bridge, 1935
£2,750.00
Charles Cundall
Tuilleries Gardens, 1955
£6,000.00
Charles Cundall
Lockheed Hudson, c.1942
£2,350.00
Charles Cundall
Study for Coastal Operational Training Unit (Limavady, Northern Ireland), circa 1942
£14,500.00