Inspired by Renaissance, Tudor and Jacobean paintings Rosalind Lyons Hudson's paintings imaginatively explore themes of ambiguity and transformation. The paintings have been developed from observation of performance, rehearsal and archival research during her time as artist in residence at Shakespeare's Globe, and are being displayed for the first time at the Globe Exhibition.
Shakespearean theatre has featured strongly in the artist's work and continues to be a principal focus in this series as Rosalind studies the relationship between painting and theatre, framed by the setting of the Globe. Using oil on panel her paintings display a contemporary clarity and palette.
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