In a special lecture, artist Peter Hicks traces the roots of his practice as a landscape painter. He reveals his influences – teachers, friends and fellow artists – and explores the developments in painting that have shaped the direction of his work. He also explains the inspiration behind his latest exhibition, ‘Landscapes For a Dark Summer’, and defends the continued relevance of landscape painting as a vehicle for expressing ideas and feelings that have a universal appeal.
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