Drawings included are by such artists as Frank Auerbach, David Bomberg, Eugène Boudin, Paul Cézanne, Lucian Freud, Gluck, Tristram Hillier, Victor Hugo, Paul Klee, Henri Le Sidaner, Arthur Melville, Jean-François Millet, John Minton, Samuel Palmer, Hippolyte Petitjean, Pierre Auguste Renoir, Alan Reynolds, Walter Sickert, and many others. The exhibition is accompanied by a 220-page, fully illustrated scholarly catalogue.
Concurrently with the Cromwell Place exhibition, Stephen Ongpin Fine Art is also mounting their 15th annual Master Drawings exhibition, including a selection of Old Master, 19th and 20th Century drawings, at their gallery in St. James’s. Their newly designed website, www.stephenongpin.com, will feature both A Sense of Place and Master Drawings 2021 in fully interactive virtual reality. Going forward, all of the gallery’s exhibitions will include features such as videos dedicated to individual works, full information sheets and condition reports, framed images as well as scholarly catalogues directly accessible online.