Richard Hamilton (1922 - 2013)
Richard Hamilton was the founder of Pop art and a visionary who outlined its aims and ideals. A lollipop from one of his early collages furnished the movement with its title. His visual juxtapositions from the 1950s were the first to capture the frenetic energy of television, and remind us of how strange the vacuum, tape recorder, and radio must have seemed for the first generations that experienced them. "Pop Art" the British artist declared, would be: "Popular, transient, expendable, low-cost, mass-produced, young, witty, sexy, gimmicky, glamorous, and Big Business."
Angela Harding (tbc)
British birds and wild life have inspired Angela’s images since her student days, in particular her love of familiar garden birds, and also Sea birds found in Norfolk, Suffolk and Cornwall. Working mainly in lino/vinyl and silkscreen, she illustrates her passion for line, combining atmosphere, sense of place and strength of form.
Mark Hearld (1974)
Hearld is fascinated by nature and its inhabitants. Foxes chickens, cattle and a array of plants and fauna regularly feature in his art works
Ronald's colourful paintings are essentially about place and trying to capture the atmosphere peculiar to particular buildings, scenes or locations.
Stephen Henderson (1956)
Carved wooden sculptures of Birds and Fish usually found along the Essex Marshes where he lives and works
Dame Barbara Hepworth DBE (1903 - 1973)
Known as one of the leading St. Ives artists and sculptor
Patrick Heron (1920 - 1999)
Recognized as one of the great St. Ives artists. Heron was devoted to the analysis of natural forms and colours as a way to express the pleasure of sight believing it to be one of the most important human senses.
David Hockney (1937)
David Hockney is arguably the best known painter of his generation worldwide. Notorious for his large colourful paintings reflecting life in California, recently enjoying a major exhibition at The Royal Academy, London.
Howard Hodgkin OBE RA (1932 - 2017)
Brisish Painter and Printmaker
Predomininatly a printmaker who works using the carborundum technique to capture the landscapes of Cornwall and more recently The Fens. Reflecting the flatness and ever changing light and colours.
John Hoyland RA (1934 - 2011)
John Hoyland studied at Sheffield School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. His work is represented in public collections including the Royal Academy of Arts, Tate and the Victoria & Albert Museum. He was elected to the Royal Academy in 1991.
Walter Hoyle ARCA (1922 - 2000)
Painter printmaker and illustrator who became known as one of the Bardfield Artists
Edward Hughes ARCA (1923 - 199)
Studied at St. Martins and Royal College under Edward Bawden. He particularly enjoyed printmaking especially linocuts
Patrick Hughes (1939)
Hughes is known for his rainbows, visual trickery and surrealism. He is also a writer and philosopher. His work has been exhibited internationally