Chris Gollon : Chineland
Tuesday 31st March 2020

Chris Gollon

Chris Gollon (1953 – 2017) is an established name in British painting. Critical acclaim for Chris Gollon’s work is increasing and the demand for his paintings to be shown in museums, public collections and public spaces continues. Chris Gollon first came to the attention of the art world when he was selected as Finalist in The Spectator Prize, 1989. Gollon then exhibited at Art Chicago and in 1998 with Yoko Ono, David Bowie and Gavin Turk in ROOT, a crossover exhibition of contemporary music and art created by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, at Chisenhale Gallery, London. In 2001, the award-winning River & Rowing Museum, Henley-on-Thames, (with the aid of the Victoria & Albert Museum) purchased Chris Gollon’s hinged triptych Big Fish Eat Little Fish, which now forms part of the museum’s permanent collection alongside works by Raoul Dufy and John Piper. In 2004 Chris Gollon exhibited with Bill Viola in ‘Presence: Images of Christ for the Third Millennium’ in St Paul’s Cathedral. Chris Gollon.

The Capuchin Monkey     Mixed media on canvas     66 x 81 cm     Framed   £ POA

 

Featuring – Alan ALDRIDGE, Neil CANNING, Anthony FROST, Chris GOLLON, John HOYLAND, Albert IRVIN, Rafal OLBINSKI, Jos Van UIJTREGT, Maurice VERRIER

Featuring – Alan ALDRIDGE, Neil CANNING, Anthony FROST, Chris GOLLON, John HOYLAND, Albert IRVIN, Rafal OLBINSKI, Jos Van UIJTREGT, Maurice VERRIER

Featuring – Alan ALDRIDGE, Neil CANNING, Anthony FROST, Chris GOLLON, John HOYLAND, Albert IRVIN, Rafal OLBINSKI, Jos Van UIJTREGT, Maurice VERRIER.

 

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