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the landscape collection

Andrew Hemingway began painting as a young boy, capturing the landscape of moors, hills, valleys and streams that surrounded his Yorkshire home. Constable and Turner were his heroes in those formative days.

In the last 10 years, after a break of decades, he has returned to paint the landscape again. His love of the Alps has led him to make a serious study of modern-day Switzerland, particularly focusing on the imprint of human beings on the natural landscape.

The Swiss series continues to grow; the paintings shown here are part of a wider collection, the vast majority of which has never been exhibited before.

the world's wild fires
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