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Venice is captivating; the sense of pervading beauty, the frenetic energy of the City or the stillness of a moonlit canal. Our annual “Venice In Peril” exhibition used to rekindle one’s love of this magical place and sustain many of us through gloomy January afternoons. It is time, once again, to bring Venetian colour and light to our gallery walls in Beauchamp Place and to celebrate the pageant of popular life of the Venice of yesteryear and today.

A stunning watercolour by John Singer Sargent leads the exhibition. I Gesuti, brilliantly captures the character of this magnificent city. Alongside Sargent are an array of 19th and 20th Century paintings and selected works by contemporary artists, that take us on a journey through this mysterious city. The exhibition celebrates artistic excellence captured by artists with very different styles, brushstrokes and techniques, all brought together under one roof to portray interesting scenes and quirky corners of the City, all imbued with vibrant hues and colours.

We sincerely trust you will enjoy this beautiful and varied collection of pictures and that you will help support the Venice in Peril Fund, whose tireless efforts to restore and renovate Venice helps us all to enjoy the city now, and to preserve it for future generations. A donation of all sales will go towards the Venice in Peril Fund.

We are delighted to re-establish our partnership with Kirker Holidays, the out-standing and personally, highly-recommended holiday company for the art loving traveller, with whom we worked for many years during the W.H. Patterson Venice exhibitions. One of our lucky patrons who purchases a painting during the exhibition will be the lucky recipient of a 5 star weekend in Venice for two people, curtesy of the generosity of Kirker Holidays.

This collection of works will bring with it stories, people and patronage that has allowed this remarkable city to evolve over the centuries and for many clients and friends, treasured memories.

Exhibition opens: 19th January to 11th February 2016

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