Louisa Lewis


Nicholsons: A Vital Simplicity
30 October - 30 November 2004

Caroline Wiseman Modern Art
34 West Square, London, SE11 4SP

   

The artists William Nicholson and his wife Mabel Pryde founded a family of artists spanning four generations - Ben, Winifred, Barbara (Hepworth), Kit, Nancy, EQ, Kate, Jake, Simon, Rachel. Tim, Louisa (Creed), Rafaele, Jeremy (Kidd) and Aaron (Kasmin).

Nicholsons: A Vital Simplicity, held at Caroline Wiseman Modern Art this November to coincide with the retrospective of William Nicholson at the Royal Academy, shows the work of 16 members of the Nicholson family. It includes many works never seen before, including paintings, portraits (often of each other), sculpture, drawings (including early rare ones), textile designs, wall reliefs, installations and family correspondence.

"This exhibtion provides a unique and fascinating insight into the lives of perhaps Britain's most eminent artistic family of the twentieth century."

Said Caroline Wiseman, whose Georgian house gallery in West Square close to the Imperial War Museum provides an intimate setting for this exhibition. The works will be hung throughout the house and a catalogue, designed by Tim Nicholson and with a Foreword by Frances Spalding, will accomany the exhibition.

Please ring 020 7587 0747 for opening times or email caroline@carolinewiseman.com

 

 

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