Piano Nobile are delighted to have loaned several works to Pallant House Gallery's current exhibition, Sussex Landscape: Chalk, Wood and Water.
The first major exhibition to celebrate Sussex as a place of inspiration for artists. The exhibition documents how the distinctive Sussex landscape with its chalk cliff coastline and rolling hills of the South downs have inspired artists for centuries.
From some of our greatest landscape artists like Constable and Turner to contemporary artists working in the area today, the exhibition explores Sussex as a place of creativity, exploration, retreat and alternative lifestyles.
Piano Nobile are delighted to have loaned works by Jean Cooke. Jean Cooke RA (1927-2008) was an artist with a profoundly personal view of the world who found joy and inspiration in the everyday. She was familiar with Sussex from her childhood and returned later in life to paint the exposed chalk cliffs near Seven Sisters.