VICTORIA SEBAG

Night Cherry I

2021, oil on linen, 30 x 40cm

£1,150

Night Cherry II

2021, oil on linen, 35 x 30cm

£1,150

Night Cherry III

2021, oil on linen, 40 x 40cm

£1,150

Night Cherry IV

2021, oil on linen, 40 x 40cm

£1,150

Night Cherry V

2021, oil on linen, 70 x 70cm

£2,850

Night Cherry VI

2021, oil on linen, 70 x 70cm

£2,850

Night Valerian

2021, oil on linen, 73 x 93cm

£3,200

Rose Poem

oil on linen, 64 x 104cm

£2,800

Honey Bees I

2021, oil on linen, 33 x 43cm

£950

Honey Bees II

2021, oil on linen, 33 x 33cm

£950

Six Spot Burnet II

2021, oil on linen, 33 x 43cm

£1,150

Wild Roses IV

2020, oil on linen, 38 x 48cm

£1,150

Wild Roses VI

2020, oil on linen, 38 x 48cm

£1,150

Magnolia Flower

oil on linen, 34 x 44cm

£900

Crux - Hawthorn Blossom

oil on linen, 39 x 49cm

£1,150

Valerian & Butterfly

oil on linen, 64 x 64cm

£2,500

Victoria’s recent paintings delight in nature and celebrate her romantic sensibility. Inspired by the plants of the coastal beaches, and wild hedgerows of Suffolk, where she has lived with her family for the past 10 years. She aims to shine a spotlight on to the delicate balance between man and nature; drawing us into the areas of the world that remain wild and whose future is precarious and uncertain.

Victoria’s work is painterly, and saturated with a love of colour and gesture. Inspirations include the Japanese printmaking masters Hokusai and Jakuchu, the renaissance artists Giotto and Bellini, Gauguin and Matisse, the German artists Richter and Baselitz, as well as contemporary painters Nina Murdoch and Cecily Brown, friends from her time at The Slade.

Trained at the The Byam Shaw School of Art 1988-89 and the Slade School of Fine Art BA degree 1989-93.

Solo Exhibitions: Along The High Strand, 340 Kings’ Road, London; Night Vision 340 Kings’ Road, London; Nature in Colour, Gallery 27, London, 2010; 54 The Gallery, London, 2001; 54 The Gallery, London, 1999; Will’s Art Warehouse, London, 1997; Space Gallery, London,1995.

Group Exhibitions: Annual Exhibition, Thompson’s Gallery, Aldeburgh 2021; Forces of Nature, Art Glyndebourne, Sussex, 2021.

Collections: Works owned by private collectors in the U.K. and internationally.

Prizes: VIA Arts Prize Finalist 2020