Remembering Atroshenko

On stumbling across some work by someone you used to know on the stairs of a local hospital.


Painting modernity

World War 1 transformed Paul Nash’s painting, from the relatively delicate pre-war landscapes to hard angular representations of the war, notably in his “memorial” painting, ‘The Menin Road’. The war seems to have made a modernist of him.

Frink’s men

The works I know of by the British sculptor and printmaker Elisabeth Frink were her birds and animals. But visiting the retrospective at Woking’s Lightbox Gallery I realised that I’d pretty much missed the second half of her career.