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  Friends of The Ferens Art Gallery
The Friends of the Ferens Art Gallery was established in 1960 and exists:
Membership benefits include regular notification of events taking place in the Ferens Art Gallery, and a topical newsletter published at intervals during the year, with news of acquisitions, behind-the-scenes stories and competitions.
The current annual subscription to the Friends of the Ferens Art Gallery is a minimum of £5.
www.finn-aj.freeserve.co.uk /FoFAG.html   (293 words)

 The Good Gallery Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The whole of the ground floor is accessible from a wheelchair, but yet again, the doors between the galleries are so heavy you would have to be a burly docker to open them.
The jaw dropping art was a piece of electronic, industrial, hypnotic inducing, piece of mobile animation sculpture, as part of the 4 Centuries of Sculpture exhibition, if you didn't go to see this you missed a mind blowing experience.
The Ferens shows a selection of the best art, locally, nationally and world-wide, pay it a visit, Hull is unique and well worth a day trip.
www.goodgalleryguide.com /review.asp?galleryID=41   (540 words)

 Hull Local Gosschalks Award for Art - Ferens Art Gallery - Wilberforce Sixth Form College
The annual Gosschalks Award for Art prompted the collection of work in which the life experiences of Hull's students were transferred onto everyday objects.
Adele Howitt said: "The arts are an integral part of life and this project hopes to demonstrate that theory.
Kirsten Simister, the new Keeper of Art at the Ferens Art Gallery, said that she hoped the project would inspire artistic students to go on to further study.
www.thisisull.com /news/ferens.html   (1057 words)

 BBC - Humber - Entertainment - Toulouse Lautrec: From France to the Ferens
'Toulouse-Lautrec and the Art of the French Poster' is currently exhibiting at the Ferens Art Gallery until Sunday 12th June 2005.
The Ferens Gallery is one of only two venues in the UK to run this exhibition.
'Toulouse-Lautrec and the Art of the French Poster' is exhibiting at the Ferens Art Gallery in Hull until Sunday 12th June 2005.
www.bbc.co.uk /humber/content/articles/2005/04/07/toulouse_lautrec_feature.shtml   (562 words)

 strawberry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
This outstanding publication, completed in September 2002, was produced to celebrate 75 years of the Ferens Art Gallery and also to raise its profile within the art world.
Christopher Wright, a world-renowned art historian and author of more than 20 books, supplied the copy for the 260 page catalogue which indexes all prints, paintings and sculptures that are owned by Ferens Art Gallery.
During the project major excitement within the Gallery and the art world was caused by the discovery of a previously un-accounted Stubbs painting, especially since it was a portrait as opposed to the horse paintings he is so internationally renowned for.
www.strawberry.co.uk /portfolio.asp?category=3&id=184   (378 words)

 Liz Rideal ID
Published by Circle Press to coincide with the exhibition at the The Photographers' Gallery, with a text by David Chandler.
Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne; 'Tree of Life: New Images of an Ancient Symbol', South Bank Centre and 13 venues in the UK 'The Arbitrarinous Line: Line = Map = Division'.
The development of practical art courses primarily directed at the troisime age has also been a major success; from an initial interest group of twelve in 1982, the mailing list has grown to 1,200 people.
www.ucl.ac.uk /slade/rideal/id_1.html   (1427 words)

 Ferens Art Gallery, Kingston upon Hull - Review - Ferens - An Award Winning Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Ferens Art Gallery and Museum is located in the Monument Buildings near the city centre and is open all year Monday to Saturday from 10.00 am to 5 pm and on Sundays from 1.30 pm to 4.30 pm.
The gallery's permanent collection of paintings and sculptures straddles the medieval period right up to the contemporary period.
Of course after a tour of the gallery you might be feeling a tad hungry.
www.dooyoo.co.uk /museums-national/ferens-art-gallery-kingston-upon-hull/441812   (518 words)

 Liss Fine Art Portfolio   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Gathering on the Terrace at 47 Downshire Hill, Hampstead, was acquired by the Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, in 1995.
In 1946-47 he was appointed as the first Art Counsellor to UNESCO, and from 1955 to 1974 was chief examiner in art for the Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate.
The Art of Hilda Carline, Mrs Stanley Spencer, Lincolnshire County Council, 1999, pp.
www.lissfineart.com /portfolios/carline.htm   (946 words)

 BBC - Humber - Entertainment - The art of travel
The Ferens Art Gallery usually keep the works in storage, because they can be easily damaged by exposure to light.
The Feren’s has an extensive collection of his work, including numerous scenes from his travels in Turkey, which are in the exhibition.
Entry to the Ferens Art Gallery is free.
www.bbc.co.uk /humber/content/articles/2005/08/17/ferens_exhibition_feature.shtml   (160 words)

 Art gallery uk - Kingston upon Hull : Museums and Art Gallery - Welcome   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Comprised of the National Gallery of Scotland, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, the Dean Gallery and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.
The Hayward Gallery on the South Bank in London is one of the largest and most versatile temporary art exhibition spaces in Britain.
Internationally recognised art gallery, with details on exhibitions, events, a webcam and a pictoral selection of the gallery itself.
infoseeknow.com /ifsn/art-gallery-uk.htm   (520 words)

 Hull Local What's On! Hull Museums & Art Gallery
The gallery is situated on the 1st floor of Wilberforce House Museum, which is inaccessible to people with mobility problems.
The Colourists were attracted by the lively artistic life of Paris, spending varying periods in that city, and their work shows how they responded to the latest developments in French art.
Lucia Lindsay, from the Fleming-Wyfold Art Foundation, will give an introduction to the exhibition, discussing the acquisition of Colourists paintings for the Collection and the characteristics of the artists.
www.thisisull.com /news/hullart.html   (1152 words)

 Jaqueline Morreau
Since 1972 she has lived in London and has exhibited widely in both public and commercial galleries, Morreau has been centrally involved in organizing many important exhibitions beginning with Women's Image of Men, at the ICA in 1980, and most recently, From the Interior, a UK/ China exchange.
Her work has been widely reviewed and is in the collections of The British Museum, the Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, The Arts Council of Great Britain, Rochdale Art Gallery, amongst others.
Myth and Metaphor, 1986, Odette Gilbert Gallery, Fold Upon Fold, 1994, Isis Gallery, Essex, Themes and Variations, 1996, The Ferens Art Gallery, Hull to accompany a large retrospective of Morreau's work.
www.lshtm.ac.uk /art/smog/morreau.html   (321 words)

 Roger Hilton 1911–1975
A young gallery with a policy of promoting contemporary art, it was already recognised for an ability to pick out potentially distinguished artists.
As a result of their encounter Hilton was stimulated to think more intensively than ever before, through the medium of paint, with the result that though he never abandoned easel-painting to collaborate with architects, as did Constant, he embarked on his first unequivocally abstract paintings.
By the end of the decade he was a familiar figure in the art world, selling his work readily; a prize-winner in the 1961 John Moores exhibition and the 1964 Venice Biennale, he was widely exhibited abroad by the British Council and was a participant in the prestigious Dokumenta II.
www.rogerhilton.com   (2108 words)

 Hull City Council : Ferens Art Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A unique Children's Gallery is one of the highlights of a lively education and events programme that includes tours, talks and art workshops.
The gallery's first-class permanent collection of paintings and sculpture spans the medieval period to the present day.
The Friends of the Ferens Art Gallery play an important supporting role by helping to make purchases for the permanent collection and funding conservation projects.
www.hullcc.gov.uk /portal/page?_pageid=221,95454&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL   (210 words)

The Course will consider what the Ferens Art Gallery has to offer as a resource for learning, how to interpret and talk about paintings, how a gallery visit can develop literacy skills and inspire creative cross-curricular work incorporating history, geography, drama and mathematics as well as Art and Design.
To provide teachers, TAs and Art and Design co-ordinators with an introduction to the interpretation and understanding of paintings and how a gallery visit can ispire creative cross-curricular planning and activities.
To provide infromation on the techniques and principles for the interpretation of paintings and 'seeing' them in contexts which can be further developed in the classroom.
www.eriding.net /cpd_courses/autumn_04/course_notices/s2c1922_artdesstartart.htm   (233 words)

 National Museum Directors' Conference: Spoliation Report - Hull City Museums & Art Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The administrative and exhibition records, including past exhibition catalogues, of the Ferens Art Gallery from its opening in 1927 to the present day.
Limited administrative and exhibition records, including some past exhibition catalogues, of the old Hull art galleries at the Albion Street Museum and the City Hall prior to the opening of the Ferens Art Gallery in 1927.
History files for each artwork held in the collection of the Ferens Art Gallery, together with a limited amount of files relating to artworks no longer held by the Gallery (eg.
www.nationalmuseums.org.uk /spoliation/reports_non/hull.html   (470 words)

 David Remfry   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Solo Museum shows in England include the Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, (1975 and 2005) Middlesbrough Art Gallery, the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.
An international touring retrospective of his DANCERS paintings opened in 2002 at the Boca Raton Museum of Art and at the Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH in March 2004, the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England in May 2005 and the Ferens Art Gallery in November 2005.
In 2001 he was awarded the M.B.E. for services to British Art in America by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II and in 2006 he was elected a Member of the Royal Academy of Arts, London.
www.davidremfry.com /remfry.php?view=biography   (305 words)

 Hull > Visiting > Ferens Art Gallery > Ferens Art Gallery
Hull’s principal art gallery houses a magnificent collection spanning 500 years ranging from old masters to contemporary video portraits.
The award winning Ferens Art Gallery combines internationally renowned permanent collections with thriving programmes of exhibitions and live art.
The gallery regularly hosts ground breaking temporary exhibitions which complement its own extensive collection of works across a range of periods.
www.hull.co.uk /visiting_highlights_ferens.aspx   (122 words)

 International Fine Print Dealers Association (IFPDA)
From 1960-1965, he studied painting at the Edinburgh College of Art under Sir Robin Phillipson and in 1962 was granted the Andrew Grant Scholarship which took him to Paris.
Bellany became a Lecturer in Painting at Brighton College of Art in 1968 and at Winchester College of Art from 1969- 1973, a Visiting Lecturer at the Royal College of Art and at Goldsmiths College of Art.
Bellany's awards are numerous, among them the Burston Award at the Royal College of Art in 1965, the Major Arts Council Award in 1981 and the Royal Academy's Wollaston Award in 1987.
www.printdealers.com /artist_template.cfm?id=112   (187 words)

 Art, European -- Exhibitions (subject at ISBNdb.com)
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Publisher: Chicago, IL : David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, c2002.
Publisher: [Hull, England] : Hull City Museums & Art Gallery, 2002.
isbndb.com /d/subject/art_european_exhibitions.html   (158 words)

 Hull International Short Film Festival 2003   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
His primary research is the space between authorship/audienceship, informatics/cinematic narrative, and other media such as photography, painting and installation, connecting aesthetically to beat cinema, situationism, net culture, all which are located in collaborative environments.
Harald Klingelhöller and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in 1999.
Philip and Gregor have exhibited all over the world, namely; the Museum of Modern Art Paris, St Etienne 2003; Future Cinema ZKM 2002; and Kiasma, Helsinki 2003, and their work has won great acclaim.
www.fuzi.co.uk /hullfilm/Assets/wed15.htm   (812 words)

 The Royal Academy of Arts : : David Mach RA
David Mach studied at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee from 1974 to 1979 and subsequently at the Royal College of Art, London from 1979 to 1982.
Much of his work is commission-based, his most recent, ‘Collage Portrait of Glasgow’ (commissioned by the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow), being unveiled in March 2002 as part of a major one-man show of his work at the Gallery of Modern Art, Glasgow.
In 1988 Mach was nominated for the Turner Prize at the Tate Gallery, London, and in 1992 he won the Lord Provost’s Prize in Glasgow.
www.royalacademy.org.uk /?lid=275   (490 words)

Caroline Morris - Museum of Curiosities; Performed at the Ferens Art Gallery & at 54° North.
Once you have had an opportunity to take in the richness and rarity of the collection you will be enchanted.
Through his services David tries to articulate and create a dialogue around a number of fundamental issues of power and politics that surround the institutional space of the art gallery in relation to the viewer, the artist, and the art object.
www.red-gallery.com /2004/fourthexpedition.html   (250 words)

 Ferens Art Gallery, Hull
The extensive collection in the Ferens Art Gallery, restored and extended in 1990/1991, includes works by Frans Hals, Canaletto and Constable, together with William Hogarth and Henry Moore.
Permanent collections of old masters, marine paintings and modern art.
Unauthorized duplication in part or whole without prior written consent prohibited by law.
www.planetware.com /hull/ferens-art-gallery-gb-hb-fa.htm   (69 words)

 News at York Art Gallery in England   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Caroline said: “We are delighted that the Friends of York Art Gallery have sponsored the exhibition and we are very grateful for their support.
In 2003 York Art Gallery was a runner-up in the Campaign’s Drawing Inspiration Awards given to the organisers of Big Draw events.
The artwork, which ranges from animation to photography and painting, is from the final part of the two-year community art project, Territories, set up to put local people in the picture about their gallery.
www.yorkartgallery.org.uk /news.php?offset=3§ion=1   (1002 words)

 Hull700 Charter celebrations at a glance
This display will be the first opportunity that the general public will have to see the Silver in over 45 years and the first time it has all been brought together.
The original 700-year-old Charter of 1299, granting the status of King's Town to Hull by Edward I will be on display in the Ferens.
Two 13th century characters will visit the Ferens Art Gallery to help bring the period in which the Charter was granted to life.
www.hull700.co.uk /charter.html   (383 words)

 Hull700 Events - June
An exhibition created for Quay Art by a previous solo un-exhibited artist receiving first exhibition award from the Quay Arts National Lottery award through the Arts Council of England.
Highlights include two of the rarest early Italian sculptures in England, fine marbles and bronzes of the 18th and 19th centuries, the work of the great 20th century British masters Moore, Epstein and Hepworth, and innovative pieces by new young sculptors working with movement, sound and video.
This is the first time that the Ferens' sculpture collection has been shown almost in its entirety.
www.hull700.co.uk /700june.html   (376 words)

 MODERN BRITISH ART - Anthony Whishaw biography
Anthony Whishaw studied at Chelsea School of Art from 1948 to 1952 and the Royal College of Art, London, from 1952 to 1955.
Whishaw went on to have numerous solo exhibitions throughout the UK, including the ICA, London in 1971, the Oxford Gallery, Oxford, in 1978 and Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge in 1982 (toured to Ferens Art Gallery, Hull and Bede Gallery, Jarrow).
He was elected a Member of the London Group in 1979, a Royal Academician in 1989 and a Member of the Royal West of England Academy in 1992.
www.modernbritishartists.co.uk /whishaw_biog.htm   (169 words)

 David Remfry's Dancers Fill The Ferens Art Gallery In Hull - 24 Hour Museum - official guide to UK museums, ...
Now the Ferens Gallery in Hull is exhibiting Remfry’s watercolours from November 12 to January 15 2006, which show how the energy and vibrancy of dancing transcended class-divides and allowed people to discard their inhibitions.
Raised in Hull, Remfry frequently visited the city’s dance halls during the 1950s, where Teddy boys often carried flick-knives and brutal fights were commonplace.
By painting the dancing crowd, Remfry manages to highlight the dancers’ individual characteristics, and he benevolently observes all walks of life with affection and humour.
www.24hourmuseum.org.uk /exh_gfx_en/ART31740.html   (600 words)

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