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The art of the landscape: George Rowlett

The revival of British painting continues apace with a new show by this innovative landscape artist

By David Killen  
Canaletto's View, Grey Day, South Westerly Blowing the Clouds, 2013, george-rowlett

This is one of Rowlett's acclaimed Canaletto's View series (2013)

 

A few weeks ago I wrote here that British Painting was back. Of course, it never went away: it carried on quietly and purposefully while the spotlight was trained elsewhere. One of the places it has been flourishing is a small venue at the end of a quiet residential street in Islington. The Art Space Gallery was founded in 1986 by husband and wife duo, Michael and…

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