26 GALLERIES DECEMBER 2016 MAP 15 ENGLAND EAST ANGLIA RUTLAND a GOLDMARK GALLERY 14 Orange Street, Uppingham, Rutland LE15 9SQ 20th Century and Contemporary Art. *ad Mon–Sat 9.30–5.30, Sun pm & Bhols t 01572 821424 b WOODBINE CONTEMPORARY ARTS 7 Orange Street, Uppingham, Rutland LE15 9SQ The Woodbine Winter Show. Dec 3–24. Exciting show with new works by gallery artists. Fri/Sat 11–5, Thu/Sun by appt t 07980 167404 CAMBRIDGESHIRE c CAMBRIDGE BOOK & PRINT GALLERY 49 Newnham Road, Cambridge, Cambs CB3 9EY Modern British and International Artists. Fine Drawings, Original Prints and Ceramics by leading British Artists. Tue–Sat 10.30–5 t 01223 694264 A 5 A 4 1 A 1 7 A 1 4 8 A 1 4 9 A 1 4 0 A 1 2 A 1 4 A 4 7 A 1 0 A 1 1 A 5 2 A 1 A 1 4 1 A 5 2 A 5 2 M 1 A 1 M M 1 1 A 1 M M 4 0 Norfolk geshire mbrid Ca Lincolnshire Essex Hert shire ford e Suffolk rdshi Bedfo re LONDON BRENTWOOD SOUTHEND-ON-SEA LEIGH-ON-SEA INGATESTONE CHELMSFORD FELIXSTOWE WOODBRIDGE SNAPE ALDEBURGH YOXFORD HALESWORTH DISS SOUTHWOLD LOWESTOFT GREATBRAXTED GREAT YARMOUTH WROXHAM FAKENHAM NORTH WALSHAM CROMER BURNHAM MARKET KINGSLYNN SWAFFHAM SPALDING STIVES NEWMARKET THETFORD BURYST.EDMUNDS SAFFRON WALDON LONG MELFORD SUDBURY MILTONKEYNES STEVENAGE LUTON STANSTED WATFORD WISBECH DOWNHAM MARKET KETTERING WARE MANNINGTREE UPPINGHAM HOLT AYLESBURY NORTHAMPTON OAKHAM WELLS-NEXT-THE-SEA HALSTEAD BRAINTREE ELY BEDFORD HERTFORD HARLESTON BROCKDISH AYLSHAM MOULTON SLEAFORD CLARE WYMONDHAM IPSWICH COLCHESTER PETERBOROUGH CAMBRIDGE NORWICH e g d h f c GREATSAILING CHAPPEL ESSEX d CHAPPEL GALLERIES Colchester Road, Chappel, Essex CO6 2DE Katherine Hamilton: Landscape Journeys Inside and Out 2013–16. Until Dec 11. Wed–Sun 10–5 t 01206 240326 e NORTH HOUSE GALLERY The Walls, Manningtree, Essex CO11 1AS Lee Grandjean: Home Truths. Until Dec 31. Characters of house and home, an installation of sculpture, paintings and drawings. Sat or by appt t 01206 392717 t @NorthHouseGal SUFFOLK f LIME TREE LONG MELFORD Lime Tree House, Hall Street, LongMelford, CO10 9JF Ten out of Ten. Dec 1–31. Michael Clark, Peter Wileman, Sylvia Paul, Judith Bridgland, David Smith, David Porteous–Butler, Amaryllis Johnston, Robert Newton, Molly Garnier, Mats Rystern, Lucy McKie, Steven Lindsay, Philip Richardson, Mhairi McGregor, Vivienne Williams. Welcoming gallery in picturesque village. See also Bristol map. Tue–Sat 10–5 t 01787 319046 g THE NATIONAL HERITAGE CENTRE For Horseracingand SportingArt, Palace House Mews, Palace Street, Newmarket, Suffolk CB8 8EP The Society of Equestrian Artists: Horse in Art Annual Open Exhibition. Until Dec 4. daily 10–5, Sun 10–2 t 01638 667333 h WALTON AND BOVILL FINE ART The Tin Shop, Felsham Rd, Bradfield st George Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk IP30 0AQ A range of work loosely described as Modern British. Through Dec. by appt t 07770 987163 O R A N G E H S T W E S T G H S T W N O R T H S T E S T R E E T H a b UPPINGHAM Kenneth Clark: Life, Art and Civilisation by James Stourton, William Collins £30 James Stourton does an excellent job of bringing to life perhaps the most influential arts communicator this country has ever known, a complex man described as a Cavalier among Roundheads and a Roundhead among Cavaliers. Brilliant pragmatist, imperishable BOOK review aesthete, fervent preservationist, he was full of contradictions – ‘fond of talking’ yet resigning from clubs, too embarrassed to speak to fellow members. Stourton modestly says his biography is only 'notes towards a definition'. It is hoped that other archives, including Clark's protégé Bryan Robertson’s, will continue to throw light on this extraordinary figure of the 20th century art world. Sarah Drury