Glamourie More-or-Less: Contemporary British Artists is a website where you can find lesser known and new contemporary artists.
British art isn’t as well known as it should be. Glamourie More-or-Less will introduce contemporary British artists to you, some of them are more well known than others but all of them deserve recognition.
“Glamourie” is a more-or-less group of contemporary British artists that are too little known. You’ll meet them on this website.
As you scroll through the website, you will be able to see their artworks, learn about them and click on the artist’s name to find out more details about their work.
The Glamourie group is a collective of contemporary British artists who have exhibited their work internationally in prestigious venues.
The group was founded in 1999 with the objective to create a supportive network for developing contemporary art in Britain. It was important that these artists were not too well known, so that they would be able to produce good work without being influenced by the public opinion.
Stuart Pearson Wright, one of the founders of the Glamourie Group, said: “Too many artists are getting lost in the celebrity culture and I think when you’re an artist you should be driven by your work and not be interested in what it does for your career.”
Artists making paintings and other works of art
Glamourie more-or-less is a group of contemporary British artists who are making paintings and other works of art.
The group consists of the following artists: Ailsa Wood, Anita Mann, Antony Gormley, Anthony Caro, Barbara Hepworth, Bronzino (Agnolo di Cosimo), Cecil Collins, Edmund Dulac (1882-1953), Edward Bawden (1886-1967), Edward Burra (1905-1976), Edward German (1872-1936) Duncan Grant (1885-1978) Francis Bacon (Francis Lathos) Francis Bacon’s work on the theme of Popes. George Frederic Watts painting on the theme “Saint Dominic”
Giorgio Morandi – artist working in realist style
Artists are an important part of the world. They inspire us, they keep our minds busy and sharp. We all know the classics like Monet, Van Gogh, Vermeer, but there are so many more artists who deserve recognition.
Glamourie is a London-based gallery that is trying to change that. They show work by contemporary British artists in their exhibitions and they hope that by doing this it will help them gain more recognition for these artworks.
The exhibition Glamourie explores the work of contemporary British artists, who make paintings and other works of art that are often seen as too-little-known or glamourie.
Glamourie is the exhibition of more-or-less contemporary British artists exploring painting and other forms of art that are often seen as too little known or glamourie.
The Exhibition Glamourie explores paintings and other forms of art which are too little known in Britain today, this includes Abstract Expressionism, Pop Art, Landscape Painting and Sculpture. The exhibition also features a performance by Antony Caro’s daughter, Cecilia.