Victor Ambrus, Nick Andrew, Sidney Cardew, Catherine Brennand, Ray Evans, John McCombs, Jack Millar, Brian Mitchell, Dennis Syrett, Michael Whittlesea Issue 25, Page 52 Show the shapes
You're reviewing: Sidney Cardew (b.1931) - Gilt Framed Watercolour, The Cable Layer, Greenwich Oct 05, 2015 · Cornelius Cardew (1936 - 1981) was a British music composer, who worked as an assistant for Karlheinz Stockhausen for three years. Apparently, after assisting to concerts of John Cage and David Tudor he turned his research towards indeterminacy and composed his most famous piece, "Treatise". ...
Holly Cardew. Ascham School. Artwork title My moon cycle HSC year 2005 ARTEXPRESS year 2006 Expressive form Photography Artist's statement. Inspired by the moon cycle, I documented the time in my life which parallelled the calendar.Marine Painting or maritime art is any form of figurative art (that is, painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture) that portrays or draws its main inspiration from the sea. Maritime painting is a genre that depicts ships and the seaA genre particularly strong from the 17th to 19th centuries.Lot 143: Sidney Cardew (1931 ) British. "Pin Mill", A View Across the River Orwell in Suffolk with Boats on the Water and Figures on the Beach, Watercolour, Signed, Retirement Gift with multiple signatures on reverse, 14" x 21".Seth Cardew was born in the pottery at Winchcombe in Gloucestershire. His earliest memories are of the sights and sounds of pottery being made by his father Michael Cardew and his helpers Sidney and Charlie Tustin and Elijah Comfort.Sidney Cardew was born in London and served in the RAF during his national service prior to a career in engineering. He is a largely self taught artist. He became a member of the Wapping Group of Artists in 1990 and was elected to The RSMA in 1992.
Sidney Cardew RSMA (b.1931) 'On the Medway' watercolour, signed, 17 cm x 26.5 cm also three other watercolours by the same hand (4) Feedback.