Briony Anderson's paintings stem from the landscape backdrops found in portraiture commissioned in the 18th and 19th century, most notably Sir Henry Raeburn. Anderson loosely reworks these portraits omitting the central figure to seek a reinvestigation of the cultural significance of landscape.
The works are painted with profound skill while the underpinning intellectual inquiry lures us into complex questions about our relationship with landscape. Anderson's career is experiencing an exciting momentum and we are proud to be presenting her first solo London exhibition.
tube: Green Park
Monday Saturday 10:00- 18:00 (or by appointment)
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