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Ian Potts: Above the Earth, Beneath the Sky

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"Ian Potts: Above the Earth, Beneath the Sky" is a stunning, full colour exhibition catalogue of work by the late Head of Painting and acclaimed landscape watercolourist, Ian Potts (1936-2014).

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Ian Potts: Above the Earth, Beneath the Sky collects watercolour landscape work from the span of the artists' career. Produced by the Graphic Design students at the University, this edition, brings over fifty stunning watercolour landscapes from the Mediterranean, Western France and southern England.

Cost £18 includes p&p.  Price £14.99 if collecting. Please reenter price where appropriate.

Ian Potts is an important British watercolour landscape artist whose work has been added to several public collections, including The V&A Museum and Ashmolean. He was for many years a tutor in painting at the college and his work has been exhibited at numerous galleries in Britain, France and Italy, the most recent in London shortly before his death in May 2014.

Christopher Le Brun, President of the Royal Academy of Arts says, "I am sure the exhibition will be a revelation to those who do not know of Ian's work and a welcome reminder and deepening of experience for those who do."

The works were shown in an exhibition in Brighton in August 2016 are of land and seascapes from Brighton, Hastings, Bath, Windsor and the Lake District to wider Europe, including France, Italy, Spain, Egypt, Yugoslavia and Greece. The one oil landscape is a large, early work depicting Brighton’s lost West Pier.  


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