A 3D tour of “111 not Out”

A chance to take a virtual walk around our latest exhibition

This exhibition is a celebration of the 110th anniversary of The London Group’s first exhibition at the Goupil Gallery in March 1914. Each of the 48 participating members created work in response to one of the 32 founder members that most appealed to them in terms of personality and art practice. 

An alphabetical index to the historical London Group founding members and the artworks which inspired the current members participating in “111 Not Out”.

William Bernard Adeney (1878–1966)
Toy Sailing Boats, the Round Pond 1911 / Tommy Seaward LG
The Advance 1918 / Paul Bonomini LG

Walter Bayes (1869-1956)
The Underworld: Taking cover in a Tube Station during a London air raid 1918 / Bryan Benge LG

Robert Bevan (1865-1925)
Evening in the Culme Valley c 1912 / John Crossley LG

David Bomberg (1890-1957)
In the Hold  c 1913–14 / Sandra Crisp LG, Angela Eames LG and Lisa Traxler LG
The Mud Bath 1914 / Ian Parker LG
Cypriot Landscape c 1948 / Eugene Palmer LG
Self-portrait  1955/ Julie Held LG
Last Self-portrait 1956 / Peter Clossick LG

Jacob Epstein (1880-1959)
Rock Drill 1913-15 / David Redfern LG and Moich Abrahams LG

Renée Finch (1876-1974)
Nude with blue pubic hair (letter from Jacob Epstein regarding the work) 1913 / Carol Wyss LG and Steve Pettengell LG
Frank Walter Taylor, Figure Study 1920 / Philippa Tunstill LG

Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (1891-1915)
Red Stone Dancer c1913 / Chris Horner LG
Head of Ezra Pound 1914 / Paul Tecklenberg LG
Woman and Dog 1914 / Martin Darbyshire LG
Bird Swallowing a Fish 1914 / Bill Watson LG

Charles Ginner (1878-1952)
Portrait of Belfast 1928 / Ade Adesina LG
Early Morning, Surrey (Oxted) c1930s / Tim Craven LG

Spencer Gore (1878-1914)
The Beanfield 1912 / Mary Branson LG

Sylvia Gosse (1881-1968)
Red Lion Square / Gillian Ingham LG

Stanislawa de Karlowska (1876-1952)
Gudrun in the Nursery 1909 / Cadi Froehlich LG 
Woman reading / Stanislas Blatton LG 

Henry Lamb (1883-1960)
Lytton Strachey 1914 / Janet Patterson LG

Thérèse Lessore (1884–1945)
The New Cap / Amanda Loomes PLG
My Little Piccaninny / Anne Leigniel LG
Receiving Office, Camden Town c 1919 / Sumi Perera LG 

Percy Wyndham Lewis (1882-1957)
The Dancers 1912 / Clive Burton LG 
Composition 1913 / Almuth Tebbenhoff LG
BLAST! Manifesto 1914 / Stephen Carley LG

John Nash (1893-1977)
Dorset Landscape 1915 / Victoria Bartlett LG
The Lake, Little Horkesley Hall c1958 / James Faure Walker LG
Winter Evening 1962 / David Wiseman LG

Paul Nash (1889-1946)
Flight of the Magnolia 1944 / Victoria Arney LG

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (1889-1946)
Column on the March 1915 / Annie Johns LG
Bursting Shell 1915 / Hannah Luxton LG  

Ethel Sands (1873-1962)
Still Life with a View Over a Cemetery / Aude Hérail Jäger LG, Marenka Gabeler LG and Tisna Westerhof LG

Walter Sickert (1860-1942)
Brighton Pierrots 1915 / Joshua Uvieghara LG

Edward Alexander Wadsworth (1889-1949)
Fortuneswell, Portland 2021 / Judith Jones LG

111 Not Out: The London Group (1913-2024)
2 March – 27 April
Open Daily: 9 – 5 pm   FREE 
Quay Arts Centre
Sea Street, Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5BD

Participating artist: Moich Abrahams, Ade Adesina, Wendy Anderson, Victoria Arney, Victoria Bartlett, Bryan Benge, Slavomir Blatton, Paul Bonomini, Mary Branson, Clive Burton, Stephen Carley, Peter Clossick, Tim Craven, Sandra Crisp, John Crossley, Martin Darbyshire, Angela Eames, James Faure Walker, Cadi Froehlich, Marenka Gabeler, Alexandra Harley, Julie Held, Aude Hérail Jäger, Chris Horner, Gill Ingham, Annie Johns, Judith Jones, Anne Leigniel, Amanda Loomes, Hannah Luxton, Kathleen Mullaniff, Eugene Palmer, Ian Parker, Janet Patterson, Sumi Perera, Steve Pettengell, David Redfern, Tommy Seaward, Almuth Tebbenhoff, Paul Tecklenberg, Lisa Traxler, Philippa Tunstill, Joshua Uvieghara, Bill Watson, Tisna Westerhof, Susan Wilson, David Wiseman, Carol Wyss.

With thanks to Quay Arts Centre for creating this virtual tour