Victoria Art Gallery – Peter Brown: Bath between snows

9 April – 2 June 2011

 

Peter Brown is well known for his street scenes of Bath, and has been painting and exhibiting very successfully at the Victoria Art Gallery for the last twelve years. This is the first time that Peter has exhibited in the large gallery, and includes pastels and drawings, as well as his recognizable oil paintings. All work is for sale and a printed catalogue is available. 

 

View a press release here


There is nothing pretentious about his pictures. Fine Georgian buildings can be intimidating if you are not used to them, but Peter manages to make them accessible, everyday almost, and he does this by viewing them in the context of the humdrum world of shopping bags, scaffolds, bus stops, bicycles and lamp-posts.

 

All works in the exhibition are for sale. For a complete catalogue with prices, click the links on the left side of the page.

 

This exhibition is sponsored by Messums Fine Art Gallery in London.

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Tour of the exhibition with Peter Brown

Friday 6 May, 1.00-1.45pm

Let Peter Brown show you around his latest exhibition. Early arrival is advised.

 

Museums at Night  Meet 'Pete the Street'

Saturday 14 May 5.30-8.00pm

Pete will be setting up his easel just outside the Gallery and available to chat to visitors about his work.

 

We will also be holding a Museums at Night event at the Roman Baths. Click here for more details.

Image: Pete Brown, Winter morning rush hour Cleveland Bridge

Peter Brown, Winter morning rush hour from Cleveland Bridge

 

Image: Milk float and snow fall, Queen Square

Peter Brown, Milk float and snow fall from Queen Square

 

Pete Brown painting

Peter Brown painting in Bath