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Multigravida (decor), 2017. Double Hesitation revisited, 2017. Ramberg/Turbeville Part 2, 2017.
Nadia Hebson (born 1974 in Romsey, Hampshire) is a British artist. Hebson attended St. Martins School of Art (1993–96) and then the Royal Academy in London (1997–2000)
Nadia Hebson (born 1974 in Romsey, Hampshire) is a British artist. Martins School of Art (1993–96) and then the Royal Academy in London (1997–2000). In 2007, she was awarded the Derek Hill Rome Scholarship at the British School at Rome. In 2008, she was appointed Artist in Residence at Durham Cathedral, and was in 2008 presented with the Sovereign European Art Prize by Jarvis Cocker, Tim Marlow, Sir Peter Blake and Alan Yentob. Gravidity & Parity & Hatton Gallery, Newcastle 2018.
Most recently, working obliquely with the legacy of women artists, her work has sought to comprehend the relationship between painting and clothing through a consideration of the work of Winifred Knights . 899 . 946 and Christina Ramberg . 946 . 995.
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Nadia Hebson’s paintings call up as one of many reference points the works of Poe, but one’s impression of. .Hebson also makes portrait heads in oil on copper (usually of women) reminiscent of Early Netherlandish Painting such as Hans Memling, Rogier van der Weyden and Jan van Eyck.
Nadia Hebson’s paintings call up as one of many reference points the works of Poe, but one’s impression of her relation to the imagery she employs is that of someone who observes an incident, place or individual from a point at some distance from i.
Nadia Hebson is an artist and Senior Lecturer at Royal Institute of Art in Stockholm. She works across painting, objects, large scale prints, apparel and text through subjective biography most recently exploring the expanded legacies of American painter Christina Ramberg and British painter Winifred Knights, who she conceives as fictional mentors.
Nadia Hebson’s solo exhibition at Drop City – a recently launched roaming space set up by a collective of artists and curators, including Hebson herself – continued the artist’s project of ‘subjective biography’
Nadia Hebson’s solo exhibition at Drop City – a recently launched roaming space set up by a collective of artists and curators, including Hebson herself – continued the artist’s project of ‘subjective biography’. This is Hebson’s term for considering her own artistic process through the work of other women artists – all painters to date – who exist on the margins of art history. Titled ‘Can you forgive her?’, the show comprised a body of work – including sculpture, objects, paintings and photocopied photographs – produced in response to paintings by US artist Christina Ramberg.
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A native of New England, Paul Stone is influenced by the scenes that surround him whether they are the landscapes of Vermont or the seascapes of the rugged New England coast. Equally adept with watercolors or oils, his paintings are distinguished by a stong sense of composition and a master's control of the medium. A master of color and light, the work of Paul Stone reflects the artist's fascination with the rural landscape and its structures