Glaciers Exhibition - Featured Works on Watercolour World
Our current exhibition, 'Glaciers', is a wonderful opportunity to see paintings of mountain glaciers from the last 200 years. Featuring works from the likes of Ruskin and Loppé, the exhibition brings together some startlingly evocative pieces from our collection.
Find out how to visit here.
While there is a huge benefit to seeing these remarkable works in person, for those who are unable to attend, we are pleased to be able to provide online curations that together feature nearly all of the paintings in the exhibition.
The first is available on ArtUK, with the remaining pieces laid out below with links to view them on The Watercolour World which holds a large collection of digitised watercolour paintings, including many from the Alpine Club collections. To see a larger version of any of these images, simply right-click the painting in question.
'Bachalpsee Glacier', Arthur Croft, (1874)
'Breithorn Glacier', Unknown Artist
'Part of the Oberland from the Simplon', Henry George Willink, (1880)
'Fee Glacier and Allalinhorn', Hilda Marion Hechle
'Mer de Glace - from the Montanvert', Unknown Artist, (1855)
'Mer de Glace', Unknown Artist
'Aiguille Verte and Dru', George Barnard, (1877)
'Auldjo's Party Passing a Crevasse', John Auldjo, (1828)
'The Ascent of Mont Blanc by John Auldjo's Party in 1827: Sheltering During a Storm', John Auldjo, (1828)