As the searing heat of summer slowly subsides, we look forward to the gentle turn of the coming autumn. For those eager for the season’s crisp backdrop and rich, golden tones, look no further than Daniel Van der Putten’s newest painting. From the gentle gurgling of the Swale to the cows drinking peacefully from its cool waters, ‘Autumn, Crackpot, Swaledale, North Yorkshire’ masterfully lulls and mesmerises to a state of euphoric hypnosis. Combined with Van der Putten’s impeccably precise detail and signature use of chromatic colour, ‘Autumn, Crackpot, Swaledale, North Yorkshire’ is a traditional, yet timeless masterpiece for collectors.
September also greets us with the opening of ‘For All Seasons’, the newest exhibition at our Harrogate gallery. A mixed exhibition of paintings featuring the work of leading landscape artists Daniel Van der Putten, Julian Mason and Michael James Smith, the exhibition celebrates the kaleidoscope of light, colour and emotion evoked by the changing seasons. The exhibition opens on Friday, the 6th of September and runs until Saturday the 29th of September and will also be available to view online.
In addition to new work from Daniel Van der Putten, this month the gallery has also acquired a selection of new paintings from Alex Hill, Raymond Campbell, Amanda Jackson, Ken Hammond and Terry Evans. Work is also expected to arrive from Sean Durkin; so do keep an eye on our Recently Acquired page to view these and other new work arriving over the course of the month.
We wish you the best and look forward to welcoming you to our galleries soon.