Norman  Stevens
1952 - 88



Norman Stevens was one of the group of artists, including David Hockney, who studied at Bradford College of Art in the 1950s and then went on to establish major reputations. Like Hockney, prints were an important part of Steven's output, but technically he was technically more adventurous. His 'Shadowed Garden' is a masterpiece of mezzotint - (but if you are interested in it - please see comments on its condition).
Biography
1952-7
Bradford College of Art
1957-69
Royal College of Art, London
1974-75
Gregory Fellow, University of Leeds
1975
Chichester Arts Festival, major prizewinner
1982
John Moores Exhibition, Prizewinner
1987
Artist in Residence, Wimbledon College of Art
1988
Died, London
Exhibitions
1966
Bradford City Art Gallery
1967
Hannover Gallery, London
Young and Fantastic, ICA, Canada and USA
1972
Group shows in Verona and Venice, Italy
British Drawings, 1952-7, Angela Flowers Gallery, London
1972-1982
British International Print Biennale, Bradford
1975
Six Bradford Artists, Bradford City Art Gallery
1976
Constable’s Stonehenge, Victoria and Albert Museum, London
1977
Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
British Artists’ Prints, British Council touring Scandinavia
1978
Prints, Redfern Gallery, London
1979
Photography in Printmaking, Victoria and Albert Museum
Understanding Prints, Waddington Galleries, London
1980-85
Redfern Gallery
1989
Norman Stevens, ARA, 1937-88 – An English Landscape
Redfern Gallery
Major Collections
Tate Gallery
Arts Council of Great Britain
Victoria and Albert Museum
The Government Art Collection
Bradford City Art Gallery
Leeds City Art Gallery
The British Council
The British Museum
The National Trust
Museum of Modern Art, New York
Musee d’Art et d’Histoire, Geneva
A T & T, Chicago
Yale University


 
     
 
   
 
 
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