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Previewing Noott

Trinity House hosted a packed preview of the works of the artist Edward Noott on 16th September

 

On Wednesday 16th September, Simon Mills and Georgia Hughes of the Mayfair gallery Trinity House hosted a preview of the works of the Cheltenham College educated artist Edward Noott titled Reflections on the Masters.

 

Previewing Noot – Reflections on the Masters, Edward Noot, Trinity House, 50 Maddox Street, London, W1S 1AY
Edward Noott with Barbara Minto and one of his paintings
Previewing Noot – Reflections on the Masters, Edward Noot, Trinity House, 50 Maddox Street, London, W1S 1AY
Piazza San Marco by Edward Noott
Previewing Noot – Reflections on the Masters, Edward Noot, Trinity House, 50 Maddox Street, London, W1S 1AY
Cours Mirabeau by Edward Noott

 

 

Guests who enjoyed not only fine wines and conversation but also the spectacle of Noott’s unique interpretation of artists including Matisse and Renoir numbered Barbara Minto and Britt Tidelius. The event marked a fine start to London’s busiest time around art and antiques. Business appeared brisk and of his works, Noott commented:

 

“Using the painterly qualities of tone and colour, my aim is to interpret the subtleties and nuances of time and place to create lucid and harmonious paintings at home and abroad”.

 

The exhibition runs until Wednesday 30th September.

 

 

Trinity House, 50 Maddox Street, London, W1S 1AY. Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7499 8958.

 

 

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