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George Rowlett is renowned for his masterful impasto landscapes – the coastal area of East Kent, London’s River Thames and the occasional forays to the Lake District, Outer Hebrides and Humber Estuary. It is less well known, however, that he has produced equally challenging garden and flower paintings at every stage of his career. Indeed, with their pure intense colour, his flower subjects have often inspired composition more daring and extreme than the landscapes he was painting at the same time.

George Rowlett - Drawn to Colour (2024)


The catalogue includes an essay by Richard Morphet. 

Browse the exhibition catalogue online. 

View the exhibition press release. 

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