Anne Redpath RA RWA RSA
30 Jan - 11 Mar 2018
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An exhibition showcasing the vibrant paintings of Anne Redpath.
As well as being an RWA Academician and Associate Royal Academician, Redpath was the first woman elected as a Royal Scottish Academician. Featuring works from the RWA permanent collection and loans from the Fleming- Wyfold Art Foundation.
Born in Scotland and moving from Galashiels to Hawick aged 6, Anne Redpath was a Scottish artist whose vivid domestic still lifes remain her best-known works. She found inspiration in her father's work as a tweed designer in the Scottish Borders, seeing a connection between his use of colour and her own. Redpath was most notably influenced by both Matisse and Bonnard.
This exhibition is part of Women with Vision. A ticket to Women with Vision grants you access to all of the galleries and associated exhibitions. Please note, Cornelia Parker: One Day This Glass Will Break and Anne Redpath RA RWA RSA do not run concurrently.
Times & Prices
Last admission 30 minutes before closing. The RWA occasionally closes early for special events. Please call ahead or check the website for details.
Adults: £6.95 (includes a 70p donation)
Concessions: £4.95 (includes a 50p donation)
Under 16s/SGS, UoB & UWE students: FREE
National Art Pass holders: 50% discount on ticket price
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