The Wyland Galleries has had a pretty busy calendar of shows, and the one that really stands out to me this year is the one at the Royal Theatre in Stratford.
It was quite the weekend for the UK’s most famous gallery, as it had to pull together all the shows that had been booked in advance for the weekend.
It is a show that I can only describe as a mix of the old and the new, which has a lot to do with the fact that there are several hundred of the original paintings that have been brought to life.
The works have been painstakingly restored to their original state, and have been placed in a special gallery for the occasion.
It was an eventful weekend, but with so many shows to go through, it was very rewarding to see what was coming up and the way the artists would work with the paintings to make them work together.
The Wylands newest gallery show, The Naturist, is a series of four works that showcase the latest and greatest art from the gallery.
This show has a fantastic selection of art, from a contemporary, to a Victorian, to something else altogether, so it was really enjoyable to watch how each piece would be put together and come together.
The work on display in the show was created by French artist Jules Verne.
It is one of the first works in his catalogue and one of my favourite paintings of all time.
It is an iconic painting that has a wonderful, vibrant red hue and has been on the walls of the Royal since 1859.
The original was sold in 2002 and since then, has been part of the Wyland collection for a long time.
It was a really great show and I highly recommend checking it out.