Get the Map!Download the Swanage Seen Trail Map by right-clicking here (Acrobat PDF format). Also available in print from local Tourist Information Offices.
Swanage has a rich cultural heritage: the beauty of the unique coastline and town have drawn artists of international stature to paint here, including Walter Field, Charles Conder, Paul Nash, Mark Gertler, Augustus John and Graham Sutherland.
Swanage Seen celebrates this with an Art Trail - a display panel, showing the painting, a portrait of the artist and a short biography, placed on or near the site from where the original picture was painted.
Comments & Quotes“In a narrow garret studio at the top of this house, Denis Lowson lived and painted for forty years. He was a colourful, endearing character familiar to all the residents of Swanage, and remembered by many visitors to the town as he sketched and painted on the cliffs and hills around the town. He called himself a Dorset painter, but he also travelled widely and regaled his many friends with vivid cartoons illustrating his adventures and recording life in all its comic diversity...”
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WHAT’S NEXT We are delighted the Alfred Palmer Art Panel is now completed; it has been sponsored by David and Paddy Price-Hughes and depicts St. Mary’s Church, where they were married in 1956. It is in memory of her father, … Continue reading
We are so thrilled to have this sponsorship from Cobalt Corporate Finance LLP, the specialist advisors in Technology, Media and Telecoms. You can read their statement below. Cobalt is delighted to be the major sponsor of Swanage Seen Art Trail which is … Continue reading