The Redfern Gallery | Centenary Exhibition: Part 1 Paintings, sculpture and works on paper | London | June 21- September 1, 2023

Sybil Andrews Steeplechasing, 1930 Linocut 17.3 x 27 cm From the edition of 50 impressions Signed and numbered upper left

June 21- September 1, 2023

Centenary Exhibition: Part 1
Paintings, sculpture and works on paper

The Redfern Gallery

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20 Cork Street, London W1S 3HL

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The Redfern Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of carefully selected paintings, sculpture and works on paper in celebration of its centenary year.

Within its first year of operating, The Redfern was the first gallery to exhibit the carvings of Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth. Many young British painters, along with Patrick Heron, Victor Pasmore, Alan Reynolds, Mary Fedden, Paul Feiler and Adrian Heath, were given their big break by The Redfern Gallery.

The Redfern also boasts the distinction of having been the first commercial gallery to offer London shows to international artists, such as Paul Delvaux, Sidney Nolan and Jawlensky.

Today, The Redfern continues to promote the best of modern British art, having supported the critically-acclaimed museum retrospectives of William Gear, Paul Feiler, Margaret Mellis, David Tindle and most recently, Eileen Agar.

This exhibition comprises several major paintings and prints that were first unveiled at The Redfern. For example, the virtuosic 1930s linocuts of Claude Flight and the Grosvenor School; the paintings of Paul Feiler, Adrian Heath and Alan Reynolds, who all enjoyed sell-out shows during the 1950s; and the ethereal watercolours made by Patrick Procktor in the late 1960s.

We are thrilled to be marking our 100-year anniversary with this special historical exhibition which will be open over the summer.

Alexander MackenzieAugust 2023Barbara HepworthDerek JarmanEileen Agar RAFrancis BaconJohn CarterJohn HoylandJohn MintonJuly 2023June 2023LondonMaeve GilmoreMargaret MellisMary FeddenMerlyn EvansPaul FeilerPaul JenkinsRoger HiltonSeptember 2023Sir Terry FrostSybil AndrewsVictor PasmoreWilliam Gear