The Turner Gallery Art Galleries

The Turner Gallery
88 Queen Street
Exeter
Devon
EX4 3RP

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The Turner Gallery, 88 Queen Street, Exeter. Paintings by artists dedicated to the traditions of painting.

Turner exhibits his Biblical Narrative paintings fresh from his tour of seven English Cathedrals over two years. Humorous yet thought provoking and challenging he is likened to a modern day Stanley Spencer. New paintings always on display and with his studio on the premises he is always on hand to discuss his work and ideas.

James AROI, exhibits oils of Exeter, Topsham and London alongside his Dartmoor paintings.Sumptuous work in a painterly style, capturing the city scape in a thought provoking and evokative manner.

Slater RI exhibits his oils from 1965 through to 1972. An English Romantic painter with obviuos links to Samual Palmer, his work is described as English Idiosyncratic in the narrative tradition.

Willatts at 95 the oldest artist represented by the gallery. A survivor of Stalag Luft 3 the German Prison Camp of the Great Escape his paintings reflect his years. Masterful and evocative they show an eye which has softened over the years.

The Turner Gallery now in its tenth year brings to Exeter paintings of quality at affordable prices. A must for visitors who love to see refreshing work which does not rely on the over commercial image. An informal atmosphere allows the viewer time to enjoy the paintings without pressure.

Exhibitions change slowly which means that time is given to allow visitors the chance to get to know a work and learn about the artist and their method.


Attraction Details

VenueThe Turner Gallery
Address88 Queen Street, Exeter, Devon, EX4 3RP
Opening timesTuesday - Friday 9.30am - 5.00pm and Saturday 9.30
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Attraction typeArt Galleries

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