Bohun Gallery's superb collection of paintings, collage and etchings explores the diversity and development of this pioneering artist throughout the 20th century.
Bohun Gallery's show includes a number of early oil paintings depicting the views from Durham Wharf on the banks of the London Thames, which became home to Trevelyan and his wife Mary Fedden in 1951. The Wharf became an important focus for London's artistic circles of the time and provided continued artistic inspiration for Trevelyan until his death in 1988. A particularly charming painting dated 1967 depicts the gardens at Durham Wharf, with one of Julian's beloved cats staring out at us distant views of a Tug boat on the Thames beyond.
The exhibition at the Bohun Gallery coincides with with an exhibition at Sussex's Pallant House Gallery 'Julian Trevelyan: The Artist and his World' which brings together 90 paintings and prints and rarely seen sketchbooks.