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Spring Exhibition - 40 Years On

Keith Milow

born 1945

Drawing 88/2/D

Born 1945 in London, studied at Camberwell School of Art (1962 - 1967) followed by Royal College of Art (1967 - 1968).   During the early 1970s Milow was offered Artist in Residence position at the University of Leeds, followed by Harkness Fellowship to New York for two years from 1972 - 1974.  In 1980 Milow moved to New York where he lived for many years before moving to Belgium.

A contemporary of Andy Warhol, with whom he exhibited in 1971 at the ICA. A very innovative artists, he established the technique of combing paint onto paper and canvas in the same year as his show with Warhol. Milow now also works in sculpture and has recently returned to the UK.  In 2015 he exhibited in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, where his painting,  'First and Last' was shortlisted for the Charles Wollaston prize.

Exhibitions:

1967    Tate Gallery 'Young Contemporaries'
1969    Hayward Gallery, 'Six at the Hayward'
1973    MoMa, New York, 'Homers'
1976    Milan, Palazzo Reale, 'Arte Inglese Oggi'
1977    Royal Academy, British Painting 1952 - 1977'
1980    Guggenheim, Nw York,'British Art Now'
1991    Tate Gallery, Liverpool, Modern British Sculpture'
1991    Tate Gallery, London, 'New Acquisitions'

Public Collections include:

Tate Gallery, London
Hertfordshire, Henry Moore Foundation
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Pallant House Gallery, Chichester
Montgomery Collection, Budapest
Guggenheim Museum, New York
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Canberra, National Gallery of Australia


oil on lead48 x 38 cm (19 x 15 ins)
Framed size: 64 x 52 cm (25 x 20 ins)

dated 6 Feb '88 verso

SOLD

Provenance:

Private Collection, 1988 - 2016

Exhibited:

London, Nigel Greenwood Gallery, Keith Milow One Hundred Drawings 1988-1989, 24 May - 24 June 1989, cat  no 2

Gallery Notes:

Unlike the previous work by Keith Milow (cat no 28), this Drawing 88/2/D has no copper panels therefore there is no verdigris as a result of oxidation.  The plates are only covered in a thin layer of oil creating the effect of raw metal cladding.

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