Vincent Bennett 1910 - 1993
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LINKS For more information about Vincent Bennett and the Galleries who promote his and similar artists' works, please follow these links: TERRE VERTE GALLERY - Alternun ‘From Eden Rock to Brexit’ - Paintings from a ‘Causley century’ 1917-2017. Includes paintings by several of Causley's friends and contemporaries - 2nd June - 14th July 2017 A Winter Exhibition ‘Solstice United’ - 30th November - 22nd December 2018 http://richeart.co.uk/?page_id=125 John Martin - London Material relating to the 2005 exhibition has now been removed. There is some archived information at the link below http://www.jmlondon.com/artists/vincent-bennett/ Seven Moby Dick etchings can be viewed and purchased here http://www.jmlondon.com/product-category/vincent-bennett/ Art UK (formerly, The Public Catalogue Foundation Partnership with the BBC) has produced a website which aims to improve the public's access to the national collection of oil paintings. This link takes you to Vincent's work in Plymouth Museum and at Exeter University http://artuk.org/discover/artists/bennett-vincent-19101993   The Clipper Inn Mural One of Vincent's murals was re-discovered and restored in the 2000's. Links to Plymouth Herald and other sources are now not available on the web. However, The Clipper Inn has been bought and transformed in 2018. The mural has been cared for and can be seen in some of the photos here https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/how-one-plymouths-most-famous-1196951 Key West Editions  - Plymouth www.keywesteditions.co.uk The Plymouth Herald Some interesting information about Vincent and other Plymouth artists including Beryl Cook has unfortunately been removed from the Plymouth Herald website, I suppose because articles were about 5 or more years ago. I shall investigate and update when possible.
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Vincent Bennett 1910 - 1993
LINKS For more information about Vincent Bennett and the Galleries who promote his and similar artists' works, please follow these links: TERRE VERTE GALLERY – Alternun ‘From Eden Rock to Brexit’ - Paintings from a ‘Causley century’ 1917-2017. Includes paintings by several of Causley's friends and contemporaries - 2nd June - 14th July 2017 A Winter Exhibition ‘Solstice United’ - 30th November - 22nd December 2018 http://richeart.co.uk/?page_id=125 John Martin - London Material relating to the 2005 exhibition has now been removed. There is some archived information at the link below http://www.jmlondon.com/artists/vincent-bennett/ Seven Moby Dick etchings can be viewed and purchased here http://www.jmlondon.com/product-category/vincent-bennett/ Art UK (formerly, The Public Catalogue Foundation Partnership with the BBC) has produced a website which aims to improve the public's access to the national collection of oil paintings. This link takes you to Vincent's work in Plymouth Museum and at Exeter University http://artuk.org/discover/artists/bennett-vincent-19101993   The Clipper Inn Mural One of Vincent's murals was re-discovered and restored in the 2000's. Links to Plymouth Herald and other sources are now not available on the web. However, The Clipper Inn has been bought and transformed in 2018. The mural has been cared for and can be seen in some of the photos here https://www.plymouthherald.co.uk/news/plymouth-news/how- one-plymouths-most-famous-1196951 Key West Editions  - Plymouth www.keywesteditions.co.uk The Plymouth Herald Some interesting information about Vincent and other Plymouth artists including Beryl Cook has unfortunately been removed from the Plymouth Herald website, I suppose because articles were about 5 or more years ago. I shall investigate and update when possible.
Roll up! Roll up! - 20.00 x 24.00 inches - Oil on Canvas Panel Roll up! Roll up! - 20.00 x 24.00 inches - Oil on Canvas Panel
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