Alan Reynolds

Alan REYNOLDS (1926-2014)

is known internationally as a painter, maker of reliefs, and printmaker. Born in Newmarket, Suffolk, he studied at Woolwich Polytechnic School of Art 1948-52, and at the Royal College of Art in London 1952-53. He had his first solo show at The Redfern Gallery in 1952, and was to exhibit with them regularly for many years before moving to Annely Juda Fine Art in the mid 1970s. Alan Reynolds is widely regarded as the most significant English landscape painter working in the post Neo-Romantic tradition in the 1950s. By the end of the 1950s his work became more abstract and by 1967 he had stopped painting altogether, favouring the making of reliefs, constructions, linoprints and woodcuts. A major exhibition was held at Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge in 2003. His work is held in many public collections globally, including The Tate Gallery, the Victoria & Albert Museum, The Arts Council, The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art in Edinburgh, MOMA New York, and the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa. Alan Reynolds lived and worked in Kent for many years.

Current Works

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