Theatre Royal in Winter

£159.00

Image size: 495.00 x 345.00 mm

I originally painted this scene to be reproduced as a Christmas Card for a North East Charity.

Due to popular demand I have decided to publish it as a limited edition print with only 45 in the edition.

It is to replace a similar watercolour I painted of the Theatre Royal in 2008 which was published as a limited edition print and is now sold out.

I have used a limited palette of cool greys to convey the stark bleakness of winter in the North East.

However, the dash of red for my granddaughter’s coat as she braves the elements, holding her grandmother’s hand, offers both a focal point to the painting and a sense of good things to come.

Other sizes available. Please contact.

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Theatre Royal in Winter

I painted the Theatre Royal in Winter to be reproduced as a Christmas Card for a North East Charity. I used a limited palette of cool greys to convey the stark bleakness of winter in the North East.

Focal Point Newcastle

The dash of red for my granddaughter’s coat as she braves the elements, offers both a focal point to the painting and a sense of good things to come.

Limited edition Print

Due to popular demand I have now published the painting of the Theatre Royal Newcastle as a limited edition print.

This is to replace a similar earlier watercolour I painted of the Theatre Royal in 2008 which was also published as a limited edition print and is now sold out.

You can see another version of the Theatre Royal Newcastle by clicking here

Other Sizes

This limited edition Print  is available in other sizes Please contact.

The original watercolour painting is available.

The Story of Theatre

As a legacy of the £5m auditorium restoration in 2011, we have created a permanent exhibition, The Story of Theatre.

The Story of Theatre is a permanent exhibition area and learning space. See in the Gallery Foyer level at the Theatre Royal. It illustrates the history of Theatre from its origins in Ancient Greece through to the present day. Designed by David Hudson, Interior & Exhibitions Designer, it includes costumes from the Victoria & Albert Museum Theatre & Performance Collection.  Seen for the first time outside of London the Theatre Royal’s vast collection of memorabilia, alongside a large array of other artefacts.  Highlights of the exhibition include a Dame Alicia Markova tutu and headdress from the 1930s. The Royal Shakespeare Company costumes. Also a scale wooden model of Newcastle quayside, the site of medieval plays, complete with figures and stages along the banks of the river.

 

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Dimensions 1.00 × 345.00 × 495.00 cm

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