Visions of Britain

From Turner’s poetic views of the Lake District, to Graham Sutherland’s depictions of the Welsh mines and from Constable’s quiet Suffolk landscapes to the dramatic war-time scenes by Paul Nash, this series is a celebration of British landscape and the art it has inspired.

We explore the differing interpretations of the British land through acclaimed artists, and lesser known, but equally compelling artists, who have all captured some of the most spectacular visions of our country on canvas.