Sir Thomas Monnington - Winter

Winter - New Works

Liss Llewellyn presents Winter: New Works.

We are delighted to offer a selection of works largely sourced from artists’ estates and private collections. This includes Sir Thomas Monnington’s (1902-1976) winning entry for the 1922 Prix de Rome, a recently re-discovered Evelyn Dunbar ( 1906-1960), a rare Maxwell Armfield (1881-1972) embroidery from 1914, a quirky wartime Gilbert Spencer (1892-1979), an oil study by Winifred Knights (1899-1947) for her lost painting, Paradise, and the work that Marion Adnams (1898-1995) considered to be her masterpiece.


Works FEATURED in this Exhibition

Richard Carline
In Guaira Harbour, 1930
Evelyn Dunbar
Clara Cowling gardening, circa 1928
Marion Adnams
Mount, Mount, My Soul
Muirhead Bone
Full size drawing for Winter Mine-Laying off Iceland, circa 1942
Seascape with sailing boat off the coast at sunset
Winifred Knights
Douglas Percy Bliss
Duntulm, Isle of Skye, 1927
Full length standing female nude, profile view with hand on hip
David Evans
Gilbert Spencer
A Sudden Return Home, 1946
Rudolf Sauter
The Sea of Corn
Marion Wallace Dunlop
A Google-Eyed Demon, from Devils in Diverse Shapes, circa 1906
William Strang
Self Portrait, 1910
Herbert Victor Tempest
Winter, view from the artist’s garden, Shooters Hill, London, circa 1935
Evelyn Dunbar
Felbridge, circa 1926
Margaret Green
Nurses, 1951
Barnett Freedman
The farmer and his wife, at the roadside, mid 1920’s
Percy Jowett
Landscape with sunlight breaking through clouds, 1919
John Cecil Stephenson
Cadenza 2, 1959
Anti-Aircraft Battery in Action, No. 1, circa 1917
Flora Glover
Allegory of War, early 1940’s
Herbert Victor Tempest
Spring view from the artist’s back garden, Shooter Hill, London, late 1940’s
Maxwell Armfield
Still Life, 1914
Frank Brangwyn
Study of boy holding jars, for Skinners Hall, circa 1902
Edward Alexander Wadsworth
Ladle Slag, Old Hill 2 (1920)
Sir Thomas Monnington