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Nancy Cadogan and the relationship between art and interiors, September 2019

Art’s connection with interiors has been a long and fruitful one: from the fanciful rooms in Roman wall paintings to the refined domestic scenes of the Dutch Golden Age. The artist Nancy Cadogan, who is about to open a new exhibition, Mind Zero, at the Saatchi Gallery this September, frequently depicts interiors in her work. Her intimate, vividly colourful paintings convey the joy of everyday domestic life, and the great pleasure of being in one’s own personal space, surrounded by beautiful things. Here she explains how the houses in her life have influenced her work, and talks us through some of the artists whose paintings of interiors have resonated particularly over the years.

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Nancy Cadogan on Lake Como, Conde Nast Traveller, August 2019

‘Lake Como is a second home for me. We have been going there for years and are fortunate to stay in the wonderful Villa Lucertola just outside Lezzeno, which was built by my husband’s great-grandfather in 1898. It’s crammed with memories from generations of the family and is perfectly situated right on the edge of the lake, in one of the most secluded and private bays. Access to the villa is via 200 steps from the main road and when you arrive, you step into a magical Swallows and Amazons-like world.’

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What to do in London, London Evening Standard, August 2019

Claudia Schiffer’s art collection, British Vogue, October 2019

Suggested exhibitions, House and Garden, October 2019

Unmissable events, Country Living, October 2019

Katherine Pooley: Designer of the Decade, Architectural Digest China, September 2019

Interior designer Katherine Pooley included Nancy’s painting, ‘A Conversation’ in her shoot when she was chosen as Designer of the Decade.

 

British Artist Nancy Cadogan on life behind the canvas as a mother of three, The Grace Tales, August 2019

“Remarkably my great grandmother trained under Monet,” says the British figurative painter Nancy Cadogan.. It’s no wonder she’s gone on to become such an accomplished figurative artist. This month marks her first solo exhibition, entitled Mind Zero, at London’s Saatchi Gallery. A collection of f 11 large scale works, which she has been working on over the past two years, she captures the joy of thoughtful observation and delight in the things we surround ourselves with. We spoke to Cadogan about the life of an artist, how motherhood influenced her career and tips for buying art.

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British Artist Nancy Cadogan on life behind the canvas as a mother of three, The Grace Tales, August 2019

“Remarkably my great grandmother trained under Monet,” says the British figurative painter Nancy Cadogan.. It’s no wonder she’s gone on to become such an accomplished figurative artist. This month marks her first solo exhibition, entitled Mind Zero, at London’s Saatchi Gallery. A collection of f 11 large scale works, which she has been working on over the past two years, she captures the joy of thoughtful observation and delight in the things we surround ourselves with. We spoke to Cadogan about the life of an artist, how motherhood influenced her career and tips for buying art.

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Art Rabbit, September 2019

Review on a platform for international contemporary art exhibitions and events.

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Art Week, September 2019

Review on a platform for discovering art.

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London Art News, September 2019

An online platform about the arts, exhibitions and cultural events in London. http://www.londonartnews.co.uk/nancy-cadogan-mind-zero/

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City Kids, September 2019

An online listing site of events for young people in London.

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