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Lorna May Wadsworth


EXHIBIITON NEWS
'The Muse' in PAINTING TODAY at MEAM Barcelona for International Women’s Day
8 March - 5 May 2019

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Lorna May Wadsworth


EXHIBIITON NEWS
'The Muse' in PAINTING TODAY at MEAM Barcelona for International Women’s Day
8 March - 5 May 2019

A a stop motion video of the creation of the painting ‘The Muse’.

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In March 2019, on the occasion of the celebration of the ‘International Women’s Day’, the MEAM will present the exhibition Painting Today. An exhibition of international artists referents in contemporary figurative painting. Last year, in celebration of International Women’s Day, the exhibition Mujeres Artistas Hoy presented contemporary figurative artwork by outstanding Spanish female artists. In the same spirit, the MEAM has commissioned curator Didi Menendez, from the community of artists PoetsArtists, to present more than 70 works that women painters have made and are doing in the field of contemporary figurative art at an international level.

PAINTING TODAY

Curated by Didi MELENDEZ

8 March - 5 May 2019

European Museum of Modern Art
Barra de Ferro, 5
08003 BARCELONA

Tel. (+34) 933 195 693
Fax (+34) 934 179 360
info@meam.es

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Politics


"The boldest formal life portrait of a Prime Minister ever painted in Britain."

Portrait of Baroness Margaret Thatcher painted from five sittings by Lorna May Wadsworth

Politics


"The boldest formal life portrait of a Prime Minister ever painted in Britain."

Portrait of Baroness Margaret Thatcher painted from five sittings by Lorna May Wadsworth

The Rt. Hon. David Blunkett as Home Secretary (Collection of the Palace of Westminster). 3 x 4 foot. Oil on canvas. 

Baroness Thatcher (Private Collection on loan to Conservative Party HQ). 6 x 6 foot. Oil on linen.

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Youth


Youth


Oliver Mould. Oil on canvas. 2 ft 6 by 2 foot..

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Figure and Interior


Joachim Gram. Oil on canvas. 4 x 3 foot.

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De Laszlo as DL. Oil on linen. 125.5 x 121.5 cm.

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A large scale double portrait of celebrated restauranteurs Corbin & King set within their legendary restaurant, The Wolseley. Winner of the de-Laszlo Silver Medal and the Exceptional Talent Award at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters 2015

Groups


A large scale double portrait of celebrated restauranteurs Corbin & King set within their legendary restaurant, The Wolseley. Winner of the de-Laszlo Silver Medal and the Exceptional Talent Award at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters 2015

They Have Lunch Every Tuesday...
Conversation Piece: Messrs Corbin & King

Acrylic, oil & 24 carat gold on canvas. 213 cm x 122 cm. 

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Exotic


Exotic


HRH Prince Faisal Bandar. Oil on canvas. 6 x 4 foot.

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Historic


Historic


Wicked Court Wig. 40 x 40 cm. Oil on linen.

Abstracted Monarch40 x 40 cm. Oil on wood panel.

St. George. 40 x 40 cm. Oil and 23 carat gold on redot aluminium panel.

 

Military Red40 x 40 cm. Oil on linen.

Knackered Bacchus. 40 x 40 cm. Oil on canvas.

Wet Darcy. 40 x 40 cm. Oil on polyester gesso prepared canvas.

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The milliner


The milliner


The Milliner .  240 x 140 cm. Acrylic and oil on sized french linen. 

The Milliner. 240 x 140 cm. Acrylic and oil on sized french linen. 

 

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Lorna May Wadsworth


RECENTLY EXHIBITED
'The Milliner' at Philip Mould Gallery
9 - 18 February 2018

Lorna May Wadsworth


RECENTLY EXHIBITED
'The Milliner' at Philip Mould Gallery
9 - 18 February 2018

'The Milliner'

The Philip Mould gallery presents a collaboration between British portrait artist Lorna May Wadsworth and prolific hat designer Victoria Grant

Two leading ‘headonists’, portrait artist Lorna May Wadsworth and her friend and muse Victoria Grant announce an exhibition showcasing pieces inspired by the other maker. Wadsworth will unveil a “love letter”, a large-scale portrait of her friend Victoria, while Grant will create a collection inspired by Lorna and a selection of Philip Mould’s prized miniature paintings of ladies
from the 18th century through to the 1920s, making this a truly collaborative event between all three principals, prior to London Fashion Week.  

Read about the exhibition in the Financial Times' How To Spend It

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