"I twist and turn, curve and straighten often without aim or result. Just an escape, an escapist thing into painting impulsively, compulsively, endlessly, tired, tirelessly, with or without joy."
A journey through Ribeiro's changing landscapes, charting a progression of his work in style, medium and technique. This is the third appearance of the painter's work at the Burgh House Museum, where he first exhibited in 1980 as part of the Indian Artists UK (IAUK) collective. The exhibition was supported by Grosvenor Gallery's special event and catalogue 'Lancelot Ribeiro: An Indian Painter in Hampstead'.Read More