England to many men has different meanings. To different men it means different things. Men—and women—see their country, its fields, its towns, its villages, its woods and hills, its roads, its rivers, its sea, with eyes that look for and find varying aspects, to carry varying messages to the brain. For each, while the background remains the same, there emerges a separate English scene… To each his separate memories; to each an individual view of the English scene.
—Eric Parker in John Moore, ‘The Countrymans England’, 1939. Published by Seeley Service & Co. p.9–10.
The Artist Room presents a solo exhibition of works by William Brickel. The artist’s largest solo exhibition in the United Kingdom to date, included are new paintings, watercolours, charcoals, and drawings ranging from intimate to large scale.