Newly Washed Plant Pots, by Olwyn Bowey RA (framed)
by Olwyn Bowey RA
This work is included in the Art Sales exhibition Artist to Artist, which explores relationships and connections between Academicians, past and present. It is on display in the Keeper’s House at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, from 14th September to 3rd December 2018.
Please note that, if purchased, this framed print is available for collection only from the Royal Academy of Arts by appointment with the Art Sales team.
|Artist||Olwyn Bowey RA|
|Dimensions||58 x 77cm|
|Fabric & material||Watercolour paint|
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In this pencil and watercolour work, Olwyn Bowey returns to her favoured territory of exploring the lush environment and captivating perspective of the traditional Victorian greenhouses of West Dean in Sussex. Bowey’s paintings and drawings are characterised by a vigorous interrogation of their subject matter, which includes flowers, fruit and cacti. Originally laid out in the 1890s and 1900s and now extensively restored, West Dean features a range of greenhouses, a working kitchen garden and a 100-metre-long pergola by architect Harold Peto. Bowey studied at the Royal College of Art when Ruskin Spear and Leonard Rosoman were tutors, and was particularly influenced by Carel Weight.
About Olwyn Bowey RA
Olwyn Bowey RA studied at the West Hartlepool School of Art and then at the Royal College of Art, where she received a First Class Diploma, a continuation scholarship and a David Murray Landscape Scholarship.
Her first exhibition was at the Leicester Galleries, London, and she contributed to group exhibitions at the Zwemmer Gallery, London in 1961 and the New... Go to artist page