Exhibitions

w-inscribed-verso-_1937-Dorset-Mary_William_.jpg


Selected Solo Exhibitions


1942

Leger Galleries, London, Paintings by William Scott, 9–30 September 1942


1945
Leger Galleries, London, Water-Colour Drawings by William Scott, 3–23 February 1945


1948
Leicester Galleries, London, The Recent Paintings of William Scott, October 1948


1951
Leicester Galleries, London, Recent Paintings by William Scott, 1–22 February 1951


1953
Hanover Gallery, London, William Scott, 9 June–3 July 1953


1956
Hanover Gallery, London, William Scott: Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, 25 September–26 October 1956

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, William Scott Paintings and Drawings, 29 October–17 November 1956


1959
Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, William Scott Recent Paintings, 24 March–18 April 1959

Galleria d’Arte Galatea, Turin, William Scott, 2–15 May 1959, and touring: Galleria Blu, Milan, May–June 1959

Galerie Charles Lienhard, Zurich, William Scott, 11 November–12 December 1959


1960
Kestner-Gesellschaft, Hannover, William Scott, 2 June–17 July 1960, and touring: Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, 11 September–2 October 1960; Stadtische Galerie, Munich, 12 January–5 February 1961


1961
Esther Robles Gallery, Los Angeles, William Scott, January 1961

Hanover Gallery, London, William Scott, 17 May–17 June 1961

Galerie Alfred Schmela, Düsseldorf, William Scott, 17 November–15 December 1961


1962
Hanover Gallery, London, W. Scott 20 Gouaches of 1952, 2 May–1 June 1962

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, William Scott 1952–1962, 25 September–20 October 1962


1963
Hanover Gallery, London, William Scott Recent Paintings, 5 June–6 July 1963

Ulster Museum, Belfast, William Scott, 12 September–5 October 1963

Galerie Anderson-Mayer, Paris, Exposition de William Scott, 29 October–23 November 1963


1965
Hanover Gallery, London, William Scott Recent Paintings, 28 September–22 October 1965


1966
Gimpel & Hanover Galerie, Zurich, William Scott Neue Bilder und Aquarelle, 25 March–26 April 1966


1967
Dawson Gallery, Dublin, William Scott Exhibition of Oil Paintings, 19 January–7 February 1967

Hanover Gallery, London, W. Scott Paintings 1967, 17 October–10 November 1967


1969
Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh, William Scott. Edinburgh Festival Exhibition of New Gouaches, 22 August–13 September 1969

Hanover Gallery, London, William Scott 24 Paintings on Paper, 6 November–6 December 1969

1971
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, William Scott Drawings of Still-lifes and Nudes, 5–27 June 1971, and touring: Aberdeen Art Gallery, 7–21 August 1971


1972
Dawson Gallery, Dublin, William Scott Gouaches, 19 April–5 May 1972

Tate Gallery, London, William Scott: Paintings Drawings and Gouaches 1938–1971, 19 April–29 May 1972

Falchi Arte Moderna, Milan, William Scott, October 1972

Waddington Galleries, London, William Scott Screenprints, 8 November–2 December 1972


1973
Lister Gallery, Perth, William Scott 15 Gouaches Australia, 1973

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, William Scott, 3 January–10 February 1973

Gallery Moos, Toronto, ON, An Exhibition of New Paintings by William Scott, 13 October–1 November 1973


1974
Gimpel & Hanover Galerie, Zurich, William Scott. Neue Bilder/Recent Paintings, 9 March–13 April 1974, and touring: Gimpel Fils, London, 3–28 September 1974

Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol, William Scott. Drawings, Paintings & Prints, 14 June–3
August 1974

Australian Galleries, Collingwood, Australia, William Scott, 16–30 July 1974


1975
Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, 'Drawings Surveyed', 4 January–1 February 1975

Wills Lane Gallery, St Ives, William Scott ‘A Girl Surveyed’. An Exhibition of Gouaches, 27 March–19 April 1975

Gallery Moos, Toronto, ON, William Scott Exhibition of Drawings 1956–1974, 5–24 April 1975


1976
Galerie Angst + Orny, Munich, William Scott Gouachen, 8 January–14 February 1976

Gallery Kasahara, Osaka, William Scott, 16 January–7 February 1976

Gallery Kasahara, Tokyo, William Scott, 17–29 May 1976

Gimpel Fils, London, William Scott New Gouaches and Collages, 25 May–26 June 1976


1977
Dawson Gallery, Dublin, William Scott Twelve Recent Paintings, 9–23 July 1977

Gallery Kasahara, Osaka, William Scott, 28 November–17 December 1977


1978
Galleria Lorenzelli, Bergamo, W. Scott, February 1978

Gimpel Fils, London, William Scott Permutations, 23 May–24 June 1978

Gallery Moos, Toronto, ON, William Scott, 7–25 October 1978


1979
Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen, William Scott Still Life Paintings 1946–1978, 19 May–14 July 1979, and touring: Orchard Gallery, Londonderry, 24 July–18 August 1979; Arts Council Gallery, Belfast, 5–29 September 1979


1980
Gimpel Fils, London, Poem for a Jug, 20 May–21 June 1980

Gallery Kasahara, Osaka, William Scott, 13–31 October 1980


1981
Imperial War Museum, London, William Scott War Paintings 1942–46, 11 February–1 March 1981


1983
Gimpel & Weitzenhoffer, New York, NY, William Scott, 26 April–28 May 1983


1984
Gimpel Fils, London, William Scott Drawings, 29 November 1984–19 January 1985


1985
Gimpel Fils, London, William Scott. Every Picture Tells a Story, 26 February–30 March 1985


1986
Ulster Museum, Belfast, William Scott, 13 June–3 August 1986, and touring: Guinness Hop Store, Dublin, 13 August–21 September 1986; National Galleries of Scotland, Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, 8 October–16 November 1986


1987
Gimpel Fils, London, William Scott: Paintings 1953–1986, 19 May–20 June 1987

On the Wall Gallery, Belfast, William Scott Works on Paper, 4–21 November 1987, and touring: Taylor Galleries, Dublin, 4–19 December 1987


1988
Curwen Gallery, London, William Scott Works on Paper, 8 September–1 October 1988

Berkeley Square Gallery, London, William Scott, 26 September–15 October 1988


1990
Beaux Arts, Bath, William Scott, 21 April–15 May 1990[?]

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, William Scott, 12 September–13 October 1990

Royal Hibernian Academy, Gallagher Gallery, Dublin, William Scott, 12–27 September 1990


1991
Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, William Scott, 5–30 October 1991


1992
André Emmerich Gallery, New York, NY, William Scott Paintings on Paper and Canvas, 1–25 April 1992

Anderson Gallery, Buffalo, NY, William Scott Memorial Exhibition, 26 September–31 October 1992


1995
Coram Gallery, London, William Scott RA (1913–1989). Works on Paper, 6 July–4 August 1995


1996
Fine Art Society, London, William Scott Lithographs and Screenprints, 7–31 October 1996

Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, William Scott, 11 October–9 November 1996


1997
Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, William Scott: A Retrospective, 3 April–11 May 1997


1998
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, William Scott: Paintings and Drawings, 22 July–1 November 1998

Charleston Gallery, Lewes, William Scott Early Paintings, 6 September–1 November 1998

Kerlin Gallery, Dublin, William Scott, 9 October–2 November 1998


1999
Annandale Galleries, Sydney, William Scott Paintings and Gouaches, 11 May–12 June 1999

Julian Lax, London, William Scott. A Collection of Works on Paper, 23 November–19 December 1999


2000
Beaux Arts, London, William Scott, 12 April–20 May 2000


2001
Archeus Fine Art, London, William Scott. Paintings and Works on Paper, 10 September–6 October 2001


2004
Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY, William Scott: Works from the Scott Collection, 8 April–5 June 2004


2005
Archeus Fine Art, London, William Scott. A Survey of His Original Prints, 2–26 February 2005

Lorenzelli Arte, Milan, William Scott La voce dei colori, 17 March–7 May 2005

Denise Bibro Fine Art, New York, NY, William Scott Works on Paper, 28 April–11 June 2005


2006
Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen, Celebrating William Scott: Paintings from Fermanagh County Museum, 22 September–26 November 2006


2009
F.E. McWilliam Gallery and Studio, Banbridge, William Scott in Ireland. Paintings, Drawings Gouaches and Lithographs 1938–1979, 7 March–20 September 2009


2010
McCaffrey Fine Art, New York, NY, William Scott, 27 February–17 April 2010


2012
McCaffrey Fine Art at Frieze Masters, London, William Scott, 11–14 October 2012


2013
Tate St Ives, William Scott, 26 January–6 May 2013, and touring: Hepworth Wakefield, 25 May–29 September 2013; Ulster Museum, Belfast, 25 October 2013–2 February 2014

Enniskillen Castle Museum, Full-Circle: William Scott Centenary Exhibition, 15 February–31 August 2013

Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, William Scott: Divided Figure, 27 April–10 July

Karsten Schubert, London, William Scott 1950s Nude Drawings, 17 May–12 July 2013

Denenberg Fine Arts, Los Angeles, CA, William Scott Works on Paper 1953-1986, 19 May–27 July 2013

Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, William Scott: Simplicity and Subject, 7 September–17 November 2013

McCaffrey Fine Art, New York, NY, William Scott: Domestic Forms, 10 September–26 October 2013



Selected Group Exhibitions


1936

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 1936


1938
Palais de Chaillot, Place du Trocadéro, Paris, Salon d’Automne, 11 November–18 December 1938


1940
British Art Centre, Stafford Gallery, London, Sculpture and Drawings, May–June 1940

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Summer 1940


1942
Leicester Galleries, London, New Year Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, January 1942

RBA Galleries, London, AIA Members’ Exhibition, 7–27 February 1942

Wallace Collection, Hertford House, London, Artists Aid Russia, 1 July–4 August 1942

Leger Galleries, London, Paintings and Water-colours by Living Artists, 21 July–30 August 1942

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, July–August 1942

Leger Galleries, London, The London Group Fourth War-Time Exhibition, 7 October–7 November 1942


1943
Leicester Galleries, London, New Year Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, January 1943

Leicester Galleries, London, New Year Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, February 1943

Wallace Collection, Hertford House, London, Artists Aid China, April 1943

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part One, July–August 1943

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part Two, August 1943

Electricity Showroom, Rugby, The Civil Defence Artists’ Exhibition, August 1943

Midland Group, Messrs Henry Barker’s, Nottingham, Art for All, August 1943

Leger Galleries, London, Exhibition of ‘Nudes’ by Contemporary Artists, 30 September–30 October 1943


1944
Cooling Galleries, London, Civil Defence Artists’ Exhibition, January 1944

Leger Galleries, London, Exhibition of Modern Paintings, 21 April–30 May 1944


1945
North Midland Regional Designers’ Group, Nottingham, Lending Library Exhibition, September 1945

Leger Galleries, London, Watercolours and Drawings by William & Mary Scott, 4–29 December 1945


1946
Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London, Currents of Post-Impressionism in France and England, July 1946

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part One, July–August 1946

Arts Council of Great Britain, London, An Exhibition of Work by Four Young British Painters: Michael Ayrton, John Minton, William Scott, Keith Vaughan, 1946


1947
Leicester Galleries, London, New Year Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, January 1947

St George’s Gallery, London, First Exhibition. British Artists, 5–27 May 1947

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part One, July–August 1947

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part Two, August–September 1947

British Institute, Athens, Modern British Paintings 1942–1947, 11 October–1 November 1947 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Leger Galleries, London, ‘Valse des fleurs’ by Contemporary Artists, 5–29 November 1947

Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London, British Paintings of the Past 50 Years, November–December 1947


1948
Institute of Contemporary Arts, Academy Hall, London, Forty Years of Modern Art 1907–1947. A Selection from British Collections, 10 February–6 March 1948

Arts Council of Great Britain, London, Contemporary Flower Paintings, 1948

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Annual Exhibition, 1948


1949
AIA Gallery, London, 50 Suggestions for Collectors. Painters Known and Not Yet Known, April 1949

AIA Gallery, London, Young Painters Working in Britain, 10 June–1 July 1949

Salford City Gallery, Some Modern Trends in British Painting, 13 June–1 August 1949

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part One, July 1949

Gimpel Fils, London, Summer Exhibition, August 1949

New Burlington Galleries, London, The London Group, Contemporary Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, 20 December 1949–17 January 1950

Art Gallery of Toronto, ON, Selections from the Massey Collection at the National Gallery of Canada, 1949

Peterborough Art Gallery, Some Recent Purchases of the Contemporary Art Society, 22–9 May 1949 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

National Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, and touring, The Massey Collection of English Painting, 1949


1950
Leicester Galleries, London, ‘From Gainsborough to Hitchens’: A Selection of Paintings and Drawings from the Howard Bliss Collection, January 1950

Tate Gallery, London, The Private Collector: An Exhibition of Pictures and Sculpture Belonging to Members of the Contemporary Art Society, 23 March–23 April 1950

Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, Painters’ Progress, 12 May–15 July 1950

R.W.S. Galleries, London, The Observer Exhibition: Portraits of Children, 13–22 June 1950 (and subsequent tour)

St George’s Gallery, London, Portrait of the Artist, June 1950

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part One, July 1950

Leicester Galleries, London, Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture by Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part Two, August–September 1950

Gimpel Fils, London, Summer Exhibition, August 1950


1951
Leicester Galleries, London, New Year Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, January 1951

City Art Gallery, Manchester, Sixty Paintings for ’51, 2 May–10 June 1951 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Bristol City Art Gallery, Contemporary British Painting, 11 May–8 June 1951

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part One, July 1951

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part Two, August–September 1951

New Burlington Galleries, London, The London Group, Contemporary Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, November 1951

Redfern Gallery, London, Summer Exhibition, 1951

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Annual Exhibition, 1951

Vancouver Art Gallery, 21 Modern British Painters, 1951 (and subsequent tour)


1952
British West Indies, Contemporary British Artists, 1 January–1 February 1952 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Leicester Galleries, London, New Year Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, January 1952

Tate Gallery, London, Seventeen Collectors. An Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture from the Private Collections of Members of the Executive Committee of the Contemporary Art Society, 21 March–27 April 1952

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part One, July 1952

New Burlington Galleries, London, The London Group Annual Exhibition, 25 October–22 November 1952

Arts Council Gallery, London, Three Young Collectors, 26 November–9 December 1952 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Artists International Association at the New Burlington Galleries, London, The Mirror and the Square – An Exhibition of Art Ranging from Realism to Abstraction, 2–20 December 1952

Leicester Galleries, London, A Selection of Pictures from the Collection of Wilfrid A. Evill, 1952

Redfern Gallery, London, Summer Exhibition, 1952


1953
Marlborough Fine Art, London, Portraits by Contemporary British Artists, April–May 1953

22 Fitzroy Street, London, 3rd Weekend Exhibition Paintings, Sculpture, Mobiles, Constructions Furniture Photomurals, 1–4 May 1953

AIA Galleries, London, Pictures to Be Enjoyed, 15 May–6 June 1953

Royal West of England Academy, Bristol (in association with Le Cercle Français de Bristol), British Painters in France, 26 May–13 June 1953

Hanover Gallery, London, Space in Colour, 7 July–7 August 1953

ICA Gallery, London, Eleven British Painters, July 1953

II Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Brazil, Moore, Richards, Evans, Scott, Gear, Heron, 1 September 1953–1 June 1954

Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London, The Renaissance of the Fish, October–November 1953

New Burlington Galleries, London, The London Group Annual Exhibition, 3–28 November 1953

Birkenhead Art Gallery, British Contemporary Paintings from Southern & Midland Galleries, 14 November–5 December 1953 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, Younger European Painters, 2 December 1953–21 February 1954 (and subsequent tour)

Redfern Gallery, London, Coronation Exhibition. Contemporary British Paintings, 1953


1954
Cartwright Memorial Hall, Bradford, ‘Fifty Years of British Art’. 1904–1954 Golden Jubilee Exhibition, 19 March–8 June 1954

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Younger American and European Painters, 18 May–12 June 1954

Redfern Galley, London, Summer Exhibition, 6 July–28 August 1954

Guildhall Art Gallery, London, An Exhibition of Paintings Illustrating Trends in British Art 1950–1954, 15 July–21 August 1954

Gimpel Fils, London, Of Light and Colour – An Exhibition of Recent Paintings and Sculptures, July 1954

Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, British Painting and Sculpture, 23 September–31 October 1954

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, 3 British Artists: Hepworth Scott Bacon, 12 October–6 November 1954

St George’s Gallery, London, Some Trends in English Painting, November–December 1954

Arts Council of Great Britain, London, Recent British Painting, 1954

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Annual Exhibition, 1954


1955
Redfern Gallery, London, Nine Abstract Artists, 11–29 January 1955

Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY, The New Decade – 22 European Painters and Sculptors, 10 May–7 August 1955 (and subsequent tour)

Metropolitan Art Gallery, Tokyo, 3rd International Art Exhibition, 20 May–5 June 1955 (and subsequent tour)

Hanover Gallery, London, Bacon Scott Sutherland, 28 June–29 July 1955

Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Documenta: Kunst des XX Jahrhunderts, 15 July–18 September 1955

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists of Fame and of Promise, Part Two, August–September 1955

Carnegie Institute, Department of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, The 1955 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, 13 October–18 December 1955


1956
Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Paintings and Sculpture from the Collection of Martha Jackson and Works by Artists of the Gallery, 24 January–11 February 1956

Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, To-day and Yesterday: Some Important Contemporaries, February 1956

Tate Gallery, London, Contemporary Art Society. Exhibition of Paintings, Water Colours, Sculpture, Prints and Drawings, February 1956

Contemporary Art Society, Tate Gallery, London, The Seasons, 1 March–15 April 1956 (and subsequent tour)

Kunstforeningen, Copenhagen, British Art 1900–1955, 10–29 April 1956 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Redfern Gallery, London, Abstract, Cubist, Formalist, Sur-Realist, 13 April–8 May 1956

Redfern Gallery, London, Summer Exhibition, 5 July–1 September 1956

Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, Critic’s Choice – Selection by Herbert Read, 11 September–6 October 1956

Wakefield Art Gallery, Vision and Reality, 28 September–27 October 1956

E. and A. Silberman Galleries, New York, NY, An Exhibition of Contemporary British Art, 12 October–10 November 1956

Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Annual Exhibition, 1956


1957
Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, To-day and Yesterday. Some Important Contemporaries, February 1957

Tate Gallery, London, An Exhibition of Paintings from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, 16 April–26 May 1957 (and subsequent tour)

Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, Contemporary Art – Acquisitions 1954–1957, 15 May–15 June 1957

Arts Club of Chicago, Young British Painters, 25 October–3 December 1957 (and subsequent tour)

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, The John Moores Liverpool Exhibition, 10 November 1957–11 January 1958

O’Hana Gallery, London, Dimensions: British Abstract Art 1948–57, December 1957


1958
Arts Council Gallery, Scotland, The Arts Council Collection of Paintings & Drawings. Part II: After Impressionism, 25 January–22 February 1958 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Arts Council Gallery, Scotland, The Arts Council Collection of Paintings & Drawings. Part Four: Since the War, 25 January–22 February 1958 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, To-Day and Yesterday. Some Important Contemporaries, 18 February–8 March 1958

RBA Galleries, London, AIA 25: An Exhibition to Celebrate the Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Foundation in 1933 of the Artists International Association, 28 March–23 April 1958

Baghdad, Iraq, Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, April 1958 (Organised by the British Council)

XXIX Venice Biennale, Venice, Kenneth Armitage, S.W. Hayter, William Scott, 1 June–30 September 1958 (and subsequent tour)

Department of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA, The 1958 Pittsburgh Bicentennial International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, 5 December 1958–8 February 1959

Rome–New York Art Foundation, Rome, New Trends in British Art, 1958


1959
Baltimore Museum of Art, MD, Gres Gallery Collection, 8 February–8 March 1959

Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, To-Day and Yesterday. Some Important Contemporaries, 17 February–7 March 1959

Gallery Moos, Toronto, ON, Opening Exhibition, 2–19 May 1959

Galleria dell’Ariete, Milan, Premio dell’Ariete. 20 Quadri, Selezione Biennale di Pittura Internazionale, 8–31 May 1959

Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Documenta II: Art Since 1945, 11 July–11 October 1959

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, Inaugural Exhibition Selection, 21 October 1959–19 June 1960

ICA Gallery, London, Architects Choice, 28 October–29 November 1959

Phoenix Art Museum, AZ, Aspects of the Desert, 15 November 1959–31 January 1960

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, The John Moores Liverpool Exhibition, 19 November 1959–17 January 1960


1960
Gallery Moos, Toronto, ON, 4 Internationals: Appel, Scott, Hepworth, Tàpies, 20 February–9 March 1960

Galerie Municipale des Arts, Tunis, International Art Exhibition, March 1960 (Organised by the British Council)

Tate Gallery, London, Contemporary Art Society 50th Anniversary Exhibition: The First Fifty Years 1910–1960, 1 April–8 May 1960

Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow, British Painting 1720–1960, 4 May–5 June 1960 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Europaisches Forum Alpach, Tirol, Das Junge England, 19 August–7 September 1960 (and subsequent tour)

Museo de Arte Moderno, Mendoza, Primera Exposicion de Arte Moderno, 1–30 November 1960 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, The Internationals, December 1960–January 1961


1961
Leicester Galleries, London, New Year Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture by Nineteenth and Twentieth Century Artists, January 1961

Piccadilly Gallery, London, Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture, January 1961

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, Acquisitions 1953–1961, 19 April–21 May 1961

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Personal Choice. Paintings & Sculpture from Local Private Collections, 19 July–20 August 1961

VI Bienal do Museu de Arte Moderna, Museu de Arte Moderna, São Paulo, Peter Lanyon, William Scott, Lynn Chadwick, Merlyn Evans, 1 September–1 November 1961 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Department of Fine Arts, Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, The 1961 Pittsburgh Bicentennial International Exhibition of Contemporary Painting and Sculpture, 27 October 1961–7 January 1962

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, John Moores Liverpool Exhibition, 16 November 1961–14 January 1962


1962
Royal Academy of Arts, London, Primitives to Picasso, 6 January–7 March 1962

Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, Arte Britanica no seculo XX, 13 February–3 March 1962 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Galerie Municipal des Arts, Tunis, IXme Exposition, 13–26 June 1962 (Organised by the British Council)

Hanover Gallery, London, Seven British Painters, 5–29 September 1962

Museum des 20. Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Kunst von 1900 bis heute, 21 September–4 November 1962

Stedelijk van Abbe-museum, Eindhoven, Kompass 2, 21 October–9 December 1962

Galerie Anderson-Mayer, Paris, [Opening Exhibition], November 1962

San Francisco Museum of Art, CA British Art Today, 13 November–16 December 1962 (and subsequent tour)

Galerie Charles Lienhard, Zurich, Exposition de peintres contemporains (Appel á Villon), December 1962–January 1963

Club Unione, Valdagno, European Community Contemporary Painting Exhibition: Marzotto Award, 1962 (and subsequent tour)


1963
Kunstverein Hannover, 124. Frühjahrsausstellung, 10 March–14 April 1963

Tate Gallery, London, Private Views: Works from the Collections of Twenty Friends of the Tate Gallery, 18 April–19 May 1963

Tate Gallery, London, British Painting in the Sixties, 1–30 June 1963

National Museum, Reykjavik, Some Aspects of Contemporary British Painting, 4–26 June 1963

Redfern Gallery, London, Summer Exhibition. Paintings, Drawings and Watercolours, 18 June–26 September 1963

Musée Cantonal des Beaux-Arts, Lausanne, 1er Salon international de Galeries pilotes: artistes et decouvreurs de notre temps, 20 June–22 September 1963

Kunsthalle, Bern, Victor Pasmore William Scott, 12 July–18 August 1963

Leicester Galleries, London, Artists as Collectors, July–August 1963

Gimpel & Hanover Galerie, Zurich, Englische Maler und Bildhauer, 30 August–28 September 1963

Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB, Dunn International: An Exhibition of Contemporary Painting, 7 September–6 October 1963 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Ernst Museum, Budapest, Contemporary British Painting 1900–1962, 12 October–3 November 1963 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON, Some Aspects of Contemporary British Painting, 11 November–15 December 1963 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council and the National Gallery of Canada)

Bristol City Art Gallery, The Dyer Bequest, November 1963

Royal Academy of Arts, London, A Painter’s Collection: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture from the Collection of Edward Le Bas, 1963


1964
Galerie Anderson-Mayer, Paris, Maîtres Contemporains, 24 March–25 April 1964

Städtische Kunstgalerie, Bochum, Profile III Englische Kunst der Gegenwart, 19 April–7 June 1964

Tate Gallery, London, 54:64 Painting & Sculpture of a Decade, 22 April–28 June 1964

Kunstverein für die Rheinlande und Westfalen, Düsseldorf, Britische Malerei der Gegenwart, 24 May–5 July 1964 (and subsequent tour)

Redfern Gallery, London, Summer Exhibition, 17 June–25 September 1964

XXXII Venice Biennale, Venice, Arte d’Oggi nei Musei, 20 June–18 October 1964

Museum Fridericianum, Kassel, Documenta III, 27 June–5 October 1964

Arts Council of Great Britain, London, New Painting 61–64, 11 July–24 October 1964 (and subsequent tour)

Haus am Waldsee, Berlin, Stadien und Impulse, 11 September–25 October 1964

Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, Contemporary British Painting and Sculpture from the Collection of the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Special Loans, 27 October–29 November 1964

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, A Survey of Gallery Exhibitions, 1964


1965
Palazzo de la Salle, Valletta, 27 British Contemporary Paintings, 22 February–20 March 1965 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

City Art Gallery, Bradford, Spring Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture and Ceramics, 9 April–13 June 1965

Bath Festival, Corsham Painters and Sculptors, 9–20 June 1965 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Kunstamt Reinickendorf, Berlin, Leicestershire Collection, 1–22 September 1965

Galleria Lorenzelli, Milan, Maestri Inglesi Moderni. Bacon Nicholson Pasmore Scott Sutherland, October 1965

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, John Moores Liverpool Exhibition, 18 November 1965–16 January 1966

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Selections for Museum Acquisitions, 30 November–30 December 1965


1966
Tampere Art Museum, Works from the Collection of the Sara Hildén Foundation, 29 January–20 February 1966 (and subsequent tour)

Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Recent Still Life, 23 February–4 April 1966

Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, European Drawings, February–March 1966

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 7 May–14 August 1966

Herbert Art Gallery, Coventry, Metamorphosis. Figure into Abstract, 3 September–2 October 1966


1967
Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, ‘In Our View’: Some Paintings and Sculpture Bought by Hans & Elsbeth Juda between 1931–1967, May–June 1967

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Treasures from the Inventory 1: Seventeen Loves, 15th Anniversary Celebration 1953–1968, 17 October–18 November 1967

Tate Gallery, London, Recent British Painting. Peter Stuyvesant Foundation Collection, 15 November–22 December 1967 (and subsequent tour)


1968
Kunstverein, Hamburg, Britische Kunst heute, 30 March–12 May 1968

National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, Paintings from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 19 May–21 July 1968

Exhibition Hall, Trinity College, Dublin, The College Gallery, July 1968

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Bicentenary Exhibition 1768–1968, 14 December 1968–2 March 1969


1969
South African National Gallery, Cape Town, Contemporary British Painting, February 1969 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Wallworks Part II, 24 June–18 July 1969

Art Museum of Ateneum, Helsinki, Modern Irish Painting, 13 September–12 October 1969 (and subsequent tour)

Museo Nacional de Bellas Arte, Buenos Aires, 109 Works from Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 23 October–30 November 1969

Crane Kalman Gallery, London, Modern British Paintings, 28 November 1969–17 January 1970

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, Contemporary Art–Acquisitions 1966–1969, 1969

Arts Council of Great Britain, London, Arts Council Collection 1967–68, 1969 (and subsequent tour)


1970
DAAD & Goethe-Institut, Berlin, Berliner Künstlerprogramm, 19 March–30 April 1970

Festival Gallery, Bath, Three Painters. Scott, Heath, Froy, 4–14 June 1970

National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, British Painting and Sculpture, 1960–1970, 12 November 1970–3 January 1971


1971
Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon, 100 Obras de Arte Britanica Contemporânea, da Fundaco Calouste Gulbenkian, January 1971

Marlborough Fine Art, London, Variations on a Theme of Titian: The Death of Actaeon, June 1971

Southampton City Art Gallery, Art Spectrum South, 5 June–4 July 1971 (and subsequent tour)

Seibu Department Store, Tokyo, Martha Jackson Collection, 17–29 September 1971

Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin, ROSC ’71: The Irish Imagination 1959–1971, 23 October–31 December 1971 (and subsequent tour)

Crane Kalman Gallery, London, British Paintings, 8 December 1971–15 January 1972


1972
Kunstnerforbundit, Oslo, British Paintings 1945–1970, 5–23 January 1972 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, English Painting & Sculpture 1942–72 in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, 13 June–16 July 1972

Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC, Irish Imagination, 20 October–19 November 1972

Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, Decade 40’s. Painting, Drawing and Sculpture in Britain 1940–50, 1–26 November 1972 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)


1973
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester, NY, Works from the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum Collection, 19 January–30 July 1973

Collegiate Girls School, Enniskillen, Ulster Faces II. Kathleen Bridle, William Scott, T.P. Flanagan, 12–22 February 1973 (Organised by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland)

University of Maryland Art Gallery, College Park, MD, The Private Collection of Martha Jackson, 22 June–30 September 1973 (and subsequent tour)

Exhibition Hall, New Library, Trinity College, Dublin, Gaelic League Art Exhibition, 30 August–22 September 1973

Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Henry Moore to Gilbert & George: Modern British Art from the Tate Gallery, 28 September–17 November 1973

Crane Kalman Gallery, London, British Paintings, 4 December 1973–12 January 1974


1974
Ulster Museum, Belfast, Irish Directions, 6–28 May 1974 (and subsequent tour)

Rutland Gallery, London, Some Significant British Artists 1950–1970, May 1974

Shibuya Department Store, Tokyo, Tokyo International Biennial: New Image in Painting, 6–18 September 1974 (and subsequent tour)

Hayward Gallery, London, British Painting ’74, 26 September–17 November 1974 (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)


1975
Parc Floral Vincennes, Paris, Réalités Nouvelles, 29e Salon, 31 May–22 June 1975

Internationale Kunstmesse, Basel, British Exhibition: Art 6 ’75 Basel, 18–23 June 1975

Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork, (in association with ROSC Teoranta), Irish Art 1900–1950, 1 December 1975–31 January 1976


1976
Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 8 May–1 August 1976

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Salute to ’76, June–July 1976

Hayward Gallery, London, The Human Clay, 5–30 August 1976

National Gallery of Art, Dublin, Irish Exhibition of Living Art, 3–30 September 1976

National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, ON, British Art in the National Gallery of Canada 1845–1975, 5 November 1976–30 January 1977 (and subsequent tour)

Grand Palais, Paris, FIAC 76: Foire Internationale d’Art Contemporain, 16–24 October 1976

Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Acquisitions 1970–75, 1976


1977
Galerie des Beaux Arts, Bordeaux, La Peinture Britannique de Gainsborough à Bacon, 9 May–1 September 1977

Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, Real Life (Peter Moores Project 4), 2 June–6 September 1977

Royal Academy of Arts, London, British Painting 1952–1977, 24 September–20 November 1977

New Art Centre, London, Cornwall 1945–1955, 9 November–3 December 1977

Museum of Modern Art, Rio de Janeiro, Color en la Pintura Britanica, 9–28 November 1977 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Welsh Arts Council Gallery, Cardiff, 40 Years On: An Exhibition of Works Purchased Since 1938 by the Contemporary Art Society for Wales, 1977 (and subsequent tour)


1978
Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 20 May–13 August 1978

Crane Kalman Gallery, London, British Art of Outstanding Quality, June–September 1978

Tate Gallery, London, The Pier Gallery Collection, 20 September–29 October 1978 (and subsequent tour)


1979
Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY, Scott and Hultberg, Paintings and Drawings, 29 September–27 October 1979

Zabriskie Gallery, New York, NY, Inaugural Exhibition for New Space, 1979



1980
Roundhouse Gallery, London, Irish Art in the Seventies: The International Connection, 26 February–23 March 1980

Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, The College Gallery 21st Anniversary Retrospective, 3 June–5 July 1980

National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, ROSC ’80: The Poetry of Vision, 6 July–30 September 1980

Ulster Museum, Belfast, A Personal Selection – T.P. Flanagan, 6–31 August 1980

Crawford Municipal Art Gallery, Cork, ROSC ’80: Irish Art 1943–1973, 24 August–7 November 1980 (and subsequent tour)

Hayward Gallery, London, Hayward Annual (selected by John Hoyland), 29 August–12 October 1980


1981
Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 16 May–16 August 1981

Haber-Theodore Gallery, New York, NY, Works from David Anderson Gallery, 1981


1982
Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 15 May–15 August 1982

Ulster Museum, Belfast, A Personal Selection – Seamus Heaney, 20 August–24 October 1982


1983
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, NY, Aspects of British Art from the Permanent Collection, 22 March–8 May 1983

Museo Municipal, Madrid, Pintura Britanica Contemporânea, April–May 1983

University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, KY, Contemporary Art from Kentucky Collections, 15 July–15 August 1983

Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin, George Dawson’s Collection, 5–27 August 1983


1984
Austin/Desmond Fine Art, Ascot, Aspects of Modern British Art 1920–1960, 24 March–28 April 1984

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 19 May–19 August 1984


1985
Barbican Art Gallery, London, Printmakers at the Royal College of Art, January–March 1985

Tate Gallery, London, St Ives 1939–64. Twenty Five Years of Painting, Sculpture and Pottery, 13 February–14 April 1985

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 1 June–25 August 1985

Butler Gallery, Kilkenny, George Dawson’s Collection, 30 June–21 July 1985

Leeds City Art Galleries, The Irresistible Object: Still Life 1600–1985, 18 October–8 December 1985

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, Ascot, Modern British Art from Newlyn through St Ives to the Present, November 1985

Serpentine Gallery, London, Recalling the Fifties: British Painting and Sculpture 1950–60, 1985


1986
Austin/Desmond Fine Art, Ascot, Aspects of Modern British Art III, 12 April–10 May 1986

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 21 May–24 August 1986

City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, The Flower Show: An Exhibition on the Theme of Flowers in Twentieth Century British Art, 26 July–7 September 1986 (and subsequent tour)


1987
Gimpel Fils, London, Summer Show, Painting and Sculpture, June–August 1987

Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, ON, 20th Century British Art from the Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario, 1987 (and subsequent tour)

Musée d’Art Moderne, Saint-Etienne, L’Art en Europe: Les Années Décisives, 1945–1953, 10 December 1987–28 February 1988


1988
Gimpel Fils, London, Fifteen British Artists, Works from the Fifties, 1 January–28 February 1988

D.L.I. Museum and Arts Centre, Durham, Moments of Being, 30 April–5 June 1988 (and subsequent tour)

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 14 May–7 August 1988

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, New York, NY, Special Displacement, 15 June–29 July 1988

Rotunda, Exchange Square, Hong Kong, 65 Years of British Painting, 20 August–22 October 1988

Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield, The Presence of Painting. Aspects of British Abstraction 1957–1988, 26 November 1988–15 January 1989 (and subsequent tour)

Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, Corsham A Celebration: The Bath Academy of Art 1946–72, 10 December 1988–14 January 1989 (and subsequent tour)


1989
Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY, Transformations in Landscape: Postwar Works from the Collection, 20 January–19 February 1989

Tate Gallery, London, Portrait of the Artist, 31 January–16 April 1989

City Museum & Art Gallery, Plymouth, It’s a Still Life. Sculpture, Paintings and Drawings from the Arts Council Collection, 11 February–18 March 1989 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain) (cat. no. 102)

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, Modern English Masters, May 1989


1990
Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Modern British Art A Selection, 13 February–8 March 1990

Royal Academy of Arts, London, Summer Exhibition, 9 June–19 August 1990

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Contemporary Artists from Ireland, 20 July–1 September 1990

Hirschl & Adler, New York, NY, The British Imagination: Twentieth Century Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, 10 November 1990–12 January 1991

Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Masterpieces from the Arts Council Collection, 25–29 October 1990


1991
Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art, Dublin, Irish Art and Modernism 1880–1950, 20 September–10 November 1991 (and subsequent tour)

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, Not Pop: What the Others Were Doing, September–October 1991

Hayward Gallery, London, British Contemporary Art 1910–1990, Eighty Years of Collecting by the Contemporary Art Society, 3 December 1991–19 January 1992 (and subsequent tour)


1992
Adelson Galleries, New York, NY, The Poetic Trace: Aspects of British Abstraction since 1945, 12 May–30 June 1992

Jonathan Clark, London, Exhibition of Modern Paintings, summer 1992


1995
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, Open House: Two Exhibitions in Celebration of Jim Ede’s Centenary, 4 March–8 May 1995


1996
University of Kentucky Art Museum, Lexington, KY, The Elements, 11 November 1996–11 June 1997


1997
Bochum Museum, Aspekte imaginativer Kunst in 20 jahrhundert, 25 January–30 March 1997

Columbia Museum of Art, SC, Dreams & Traditions: 300 Years of British and Irish Painting from the collection of the Ulster Museum, 10 May–6 July 1997 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service and the Ulster Museum, Belfast)

Sintra Museu de Arte Moderna–Colecção Berardo, Sintra, Lisbon, The Berardo Collection, 17 May–31 August 1997

Japan Association of Art Museums, Museum of Art, Kokkaido, A Century of Irish Painting, May–November 1997 (and subsequent tour)

Nicosia Municipal Arts Centre, The Fifties: Art from the British Council Collection, 28 May–31 July 1997 (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the British Council)

Beaux Arts, London, Artists of Fame and Promise, 4 June–6 September 1997

Enniskillen Castle, Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh, William & Mary Scott: Related Drawings, Sculpture and Paintings, 29 September–4 December 1997

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Aspects of Modern British and Irish Painting, 10 December 1997–16 January 1998


1998
Spink-Leger Pictures, London, Twentieth Century British Art from Sickert to Hirst, 1–24 April 1998

Beaux Arts, London, Take Three: Contemporary and Modern Paintings and Sculptures, 17 June–5 September 1998

Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, Painters Progress: Drawn from the Royal College of Art Collection, 10 July–6 September 1998

Jonathan Clark Fine Art, London, St Ives and British Modernism, 14 October–13 November 1998

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Aspects of Modern British Art 1910–1965, 25 November–23 December [1998]

Beaux Arts, London, Frost, Hepworth, Heron, Hilton, Lanyon and Scott, 1998


1999
Musée de Pont-Aven, Pont-Aven, Peintres irlandais en Bretagne, 26 June–27 September 1999 (and subsequent tour)

Ulster Museum, Belfast, A Land of Heart’s Desire – 300 Years of Irish Painting, 3 June–7 November 1999

Spink-Leger Pictures, London, From Peploe to Freud, 13 October–5 November 1999

Centro Atlantico de Arte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, À Rebours: la rebelión informalista, 1939–1968, 20 April–13 June 1999 (and subsequent tour)

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Aspects of Modern British and Irish Art, 24 November 1999–14 January 2000


2000
Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin, Artists’ Century Irish Self-Portraits and Selected Works, 1900–2000, 10 February–22 July 2000

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Selected Works from the McClelland Collection, 19 September 2000–January 2001

Sintra Museu de Arte Moderna–Colecção Berardo, Sintra, Lisbon, Face–a–Face, 2 October 2000–30 April 2001

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Shifting Ground: Selected Works of Irish Art 1950–2000, 10 November 2000–18 February 2001

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Aspects of Modern British Art, 22 November 2000–12 January 2001


2001
Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, The Language of Things, 13 January–11 March 2001 (and subsequent tour)

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, Art at Midcentury: Spotlight on the Collection of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, 13 April–3 September 2001

Yale Centre for British Art, New Haven, CT, Great British Paintings from American Collections: Holbein to Hockney, 27 September–30 December 2001 (and subsequent tour)

Galleria d’Arte Moderna, Bologna, The Nature of Still Life from Manet to the Present Day, 1 December 2001–24 February 2002


2002
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Profile of a Collection: The Gordon Lambert Trust Collection at IMMA, 22 January–23 June 2002

Pyms Gallery, London, The Art of a Nation: Three Centuries of Irish Painting, summer 2002

Kunstmuseum, Wolfsburg, Blast to Freeze: British Art in the 20th Century, 14 September 2002–5 January 2003 (and subsequent tour)

Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, Advertising and the Artist: The Work and Collection of Ashley Havinden, October 2002–January 2003


2003
Tate, St Ives, Homecoming, 8 February 2003–25 January 2004 (and subsequent tour)

Ben Uri Gallery, London, Making Waves. Modern Masterpieces from a European Trust, 12 May–22 June 2003
Pyms Gallery, London, Summer Show, 2003

Fermanagh County Museum, Enniskillen, Form and Space: William Scott: Paintings. Philip Flanagan: Paintings, 14 November–18 December 2003


2004
Hunt Museum, Limerick, Collector’s Eye: Works from a Private Collection, 6 March–1 April 2004

Beaux Arts, London, St Ives, 3 June–3 July 2004

James Hyman Fine Art, London, The Challenge of Post-war Painting, 3 June–4 September 2004

Musée de Pont-Aven, Pont-Aven, Peintres britanniques en Bretagne, 26 June–27 September 2004

National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, An Art-Accustomed Eye – John Gibbs and Art Appreciation in Wales 1945–1996, 18 September 2004–16 January 2005

Richard Green Fine Paintings, London, Realism to Abstract II, 17 November 2004–11 January 2005

Lowry, Salford Quays, The Art of White: Painting, Photography, Installation, 12 November 2005–17 April 2006

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, The Hunter Gatherer – The Collection of George and Maura McClelland at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, 18 November 2004–28 March 2005


2005
Osborne Samuel, London, Nine Abstract Artists Revisited, 10 March–9 April 2005

Southampton City Art Gallery, Elements of Abstraction: Space, Line & Interval in Modern British Art, 30 September 2005–8 January 2006

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Siar 50, 50 Years of Contemporary Irish Art, 17 November 2005–19 February 2006


2006
Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, Morandi’s Legacy: Influences on British Art, 11 January–25 March 2006 (and subsequent tour)

Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, After the War: Art in Europe 1945 to 1955, 11 March–4 June 2006

Hayward Gallery, London, How to Improve the World. 60 Years of British Art, 7 September–19 November 2006

Dean Gallery, Edinburgh, Consider the Lilies: Selected Works from Dundee’s 20th Century Art Collection, 28 October 2006–14 January 2007 (and subsequent tour)

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Aspects of Modern British and Irish Art, 22 November–21 December 2006


2007
Imperial War Museum North, Manchester, Witness 2: Highlights of Second World War Art, 3 February–29 April 2007

National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Treasures from the North: Irish Masterpieces from the Ulster Museum, 14 March–16 September 2007

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, (I’m Always Touched) By Your Presence, Dear – New Acquisitions, 24 April–11 November 2007

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Modern Britain: 1900–1960, 15 November 2007–24 February 2008

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Aspects of Modern British Art, 23 November–20 December 2007


2008
University of Damascus, From Destruction to Abstraction British art in the 1940s and 1950s, 24 March–14 May 2008 (Organised by the British Council)

De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, Unpopular Culture, 10 May–6 July (and subsequent tour) (Organised by the Arts Council of Great Britain)

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Exquisite Corpse, 9 September 2008–29 March 2009

Jonathan Clark Fine Art, London, Figure, Landscape, Still Life, autumn 2008

Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Paintings Unwrapped, 13 December 2008–13 April 2009


2009
Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, Exploring a New Donation: Artworks from the Bank of Ireland Join the IMMA Collection, 10 March–27 September 2009

Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London, Aspects of Modern British and Irish Art, 20 November–22 December 2009

Ormeau Baths Gallery, Belfast, Celebrating 160 Years: A Retrospective Exhibition, 3 December 2009–31 January 2010


2010
Adams at Clandeboye, The Ava Gallery, Bangor, Ulster Artists, 15–29 April 2010

National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, Taking Stock: Acquisitions 2000–2010, 13 March–25 July 2010

Centre Culturel Calouste Gulbenkian, Paris, As Dreamers Do: The 60s in the British Art Collection of the Modern Art Center of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, 8 June–2 October 2010

Lorenzelli Arte, Milan, ..Sussurro..Whisper.., 13–31 July 2010

Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery, Modern Treasures from the Contemporary Art Society, 17 July–31 October 2010

Adams at Clandeboye, The Ava Gallery, Bangor, The French Connection, 16 August–3 September 2010 (and subsequent tour)

Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, The Moderns: The Arts in Ireland from the 1900s to the 1970s, 20 October 2010–13 February 2011

Paisnel Gallery, London, 20th Century British Art, 15 November–15 December 2010

Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, Let us Face the Future. Art britànic 1945–1968, 25 November 2010−20 February 2011


2011
Adams at Clandeboye, The Ava Gallery, Bangor, Ulster Artists, 1 February–6 May 2011

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, New York, NY, Sixty Years of British Art, 2 March–30 April 2011

Osborne Samuel, London, 20th Century British Art, 16 June–9 July 2011

Fine Art Society, London, Twenty-Four Works from the Twentieth Century, August 2011

Museum of Art, Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI, Made in the UK: Contemporary Art from the Richard Brown Baker Collection, 23 September 2011–8 January 2012


2012
Crawford Art Gallery, Cork, AIB Art Collection, 6 March–14 April 2012

New Gallery, Chatsworth, Frank and Cherryl Cohen at Chatsworth, 19 March–10 June 2012

Riyadh National Museum, Out of Britain, 23 April–25 May 2012 (and subsequent tour)


2013
Osborne Samuel, London, William Scott and Friends, 11 June–13 July 2013

BACK TO TOP