Just back from the incredible exhibition of work by neo-Renaissance artist-goldsmith, Kevin Coates, Time Regained at The Wallace Collection in London. I love Coates' work and have done since I saw his Magpie Brooch at Goldsmiths' Hall some time in the early 1990s, so it was an absolute joy to be able to view a large selection of his works, some older along with 12 new Penumbrae, which make up the main part of the exhibition.

 

Time Regained (Overview)

Overview of the selection of older works by Kevin Coates.

 

Phoenix

Detail of Penumbra 10: Hundred-Sunned Phenix.

 

Well worth a visit, as is the Wallace Collection in general. Of especial interest is the collection of arms and armour:

 

The Wallace Collection, London 38

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