Arts & Culture

Daniel Crews-Chubb’s ‘The Consequences of Play’

A new series of epic paintings by Daniel Crews-Chubb have gone on display in Wellington Arch’s Quadriga Gallery.

The work is inspired by the capital’s Wellington Arch, Apsley House and Peter Paul Rubens’ painting the Consequences of War.

The six works called ‘The Consequences of Play’ reinterpret the original painting, which depicted Europe in the aftermath of the Thirty Years War.

Daniel has been explaining more to Alicia.

The exhibition is on until the 12 March 2022 Quadriga Gallery in Wellington Arch and is a partnership between Vigo Gallery and English Heritage.

Tanya Francis 5th July 2021

TagArts & Culture, LocationWestminster

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