Barrington Tabb is a self-taught painter who for the last fifty years has recorded in his paintings an account of the changing face of Bristol and the surrounding area. This exhibition of Tabb's expressionist and emotive paintings shows changing perspectives of the city, through the eyes of an artist.

Throughout the 1950's Tabb exhibited at the Clifton Arts Club and in 1976 in Davos, Switzerland. His paintings have been exhibited regularly at the RWA Annual Open exhibitions and also with the Bath Society of Artists. He has had several solo shows with Anthony Hepworth Fine Art in Bath as well as with the Christopher Hull Gallery and Sue Rankin Galleries in London. In 1997 he had a solo show at the Black Swan Guild in Frome.

A Private View of the exhibition will take place on Wednesday 6 September. 

All works in this exhibition are for sale. Discover how you buying art can be affordable with the Own Art Scheme.


Ground floor gallery


Times & Prices

Free to enter.

Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 6pm
Sunday: 11am – 5pm
Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays
Last admission 30 minutes before closing


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