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17/02/11

"From Barye to Bugatti - Les Animaliers", at The Museum Beelden aan Zee, The Hague, opens 18th February

From Barye to Bugatti - Les Animaliers is the first survey of animal sculptures from1830-1930 to be held in the Netherlands. Museum Beelden aan Zee has borrowed works from museums, galleries and private collections in Australia, Belgium, England, France, Netherlands and the USA.
 
The exhibition is accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue. Contributions include essays from Dick van Broekhuizen, Karin van derKooy, Frans van Ryckevorsel, JanTeeuwisse, Paul Verbraeken, and Caroline Wynaendts.
 

Featured artists include:  Antoine-Louis Barye, Isidore-Jules Bonheur, Rosa Bonheur, Rembrandt Bugatti, Albéric Collin, Josuë Dupon, Christophe Fratin, Emmanuel Frémiet, Georges Gardet, Pierre-Jules Mêne, Jules Moigniez, and François Pompon.

This exhibition, featuring over 150 works in bronze, looks at the development of sculpture through the theme of animals. It starts with the romantic realism of Antoine-Louis Barye, continues with other more realistic nineteenth century sculptors such as Mene, Bonheur etc – with a special emphasis on the anthropomorphic Bears of Christophe Fratin. From the early twentieth century the impressionism of Bugatti and his Antwerp Zoo colleagues Collin and Dupon are well represented and it finishes with the semi-abstract modernist works of François Pompon.

An informative catalogue in which all exhibits are illustrated is available from the Sladmore Gallery priced at €25.

More information on the exhibition is available from the museum website here.
 
To purchase the catalogue click here.
 
 

Gallery Director Edward Horswell at the opening of the exhibition, with from left to right;
Margaret and John Trail, Australian collectors; Paul Verbraeken art historian
and Dick van Broekhuizen the museum curator.



04/02/11

Edouard Martinet returns to Sladmore Contemporary

Sladmore Contemporary is delighted to announce that it will be hosting an exhibition of work by the French sculptor Edouard Martinet in May 2011.
 
Martinet was born in Le Mans, France in 1963 he studied art at ESAG, Paris and graduated in 1988. From 1988 to 1992 he lived and worked in Paris as a graphic designer, and in 1990 started sculpting and staging exhibitions. From 1992 to 1995 he lived in Charente before moving to his current location in Rennes where he teaches art at L'Institut des Arts Appliques

04/02/11

Tefaf 2011

The Sladmore Gallery is pleased to announce it will once again be showing at the world renowned TEFAF Art Fair, Maastricht, Holland, from 18 to 27 March 2011 on stand 134.
 
TEFAF 2011 features 260 of the world’s leading art dealers, all experts in their chosen fields. The fair provides a unique opportunity not just to view and admire museum-quality exhibits across a wide variety of disciplines, but also to discuss and purchase the artworks on display.

The Sladmore Gallery will be showing important and rare examples of early twentieth century sculpture by Bernard, Bugatti, Dalou, Degas, Frink, Gauguin, Maillol, Pompon, Rodin, Sandoz and Troubetzkoy.
 
We look forward to seeing you at the fair. For advice on travel and accommodation or for a full list of our fair exhibits, please contact sonia@sladmore.com

20/12/10

Nick Ashley Private View

Nick Ashley Nick Ashley

06/11/08

John Standing Private View, Bruton Place

John Standing John Standing Nanette Newman and Bryan Forbes

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