Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum is bringing together a new exhibition celebrating David Cox, one of the Midland’s best loved artists.
Drawing on the Gallery’s extensive collection of paintings by Birmingham-born David Cox, the exhibition is supported by high profile loans of works by Constable and Turner from the British Museum, and explores Cox’s place within British art.
The exhibition runs from 11 February to 3 June 2017.
Enjoy the beautiful landscapes of David Cox and his contemporaries Turner and Constable in an exhibition exploring Cox’s position in the great age of British watercolour painting.
Discover the vibrant art scene of the West Midlands during the nineteenth century through the work of Birmingham born David Cox.
Renowned for his landscape paintings, this exhibition explores the artists that influenced Cox, as well as the influence that his own work and writing had on watercolour painting, landscape art and the vibrant artistic communities of the Midlands. Bringing together Worcester’s amazing collection of paintings by Cox with works high profile loans by Turner and Constable from the British Museum, this exhibition uses rarely displayed artworks to explore Cox’s place as a world class artist.