Conrad Atkinson  (British, 1940) 

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Conrad Atkinson, The Cumbrian Golden Fleece

 

Conrad Atkinson
The Cumbrian Golden Fleece
2004

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Conrad Atkinson, Landmine (Madonna and Child with John the Baptist)

 

Conrad Atkinson
Landmine (Madonna and Child with John the Baptist)
1996

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Conrad Atkinson, Gerry Adams

 

Conrad Atkinson
Gerry Adams
2007

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
Conrad Atkinson, Wordsworth’s Suit

 

Conrad Atkinson
Wordsworth’s Suit
2004

Ronald Feldman Fine Arts
  
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Conrad Atkinson, The Financial Times, Wednesday September 17, 1986 (4 sheets mounted as 1)

 

Conrad Atkinson
The Financial Times, Wednesday September 17, 1986 (4 sheets mounted as 1), 1986
handcolored commercial lithograph

 

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Conrad Atkinson, Advertisement

 

Conrad Atkinson
Advertisement, 1987
oil on canvas

 

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Conrad Atkinson, Untitled - Aesthetics, fantasy, desire, passion/postmodern

 

Conrad Atkinson
Untitled - Aesthetics, fantasy, desire, passion/postmodern
Handcolored Etching

 

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2011   Landmines, Salter & Horne Gallery, London, UK
2011   Highlights of the Chelsea Art Museum, Chelsea Art Museum, New York, NY
2011   Walls Are Talking: Wallpaper, Art and Culture, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, United Kingdom
2010   Resurrectine, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY
2009   Drawing Review: 37 Years of Works on Paper. Ronald Feldman Fine Arts. New York, NY
2009   Conrad Atkinson Exhibition, Helena Thompson Museum, Workington, Cumbria, UK
2007   Some Wounds Healing Some Birds Singing, The Phoenix Gallery, The Grand Opera House, Belfast, Ireland
2007   Drawings, Prints, Colleges and Photographs 1970-2007, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY
2004   Collaborations, Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, New York, NY
2003   Constantly Changing White Box, New York, NY; Bannister Gallery, RISD, Providence, RI; Opalka Gallery, Albany, NY
2002   Conrad Atkinson – Twenty Years: Ethical Viruses Abbot Hall Gallery Kendal Cumbria
1999   Mining Culture Blue Coats Gallery Liverpool England
1998   Interventions in the Gallery Space High Museum Atlanta, GA
1997   Dorothy Gale Meets Emily Bronte in Technicolor Ronald Feldman Fine Arts New York, NY
1996   Transient Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery Carlisle, England
1995   Conrad Atkinson: Dorothy, Jack, Theodore, Diego and a Horse of a Different Color Matrix University Art Museum Berkeley, CA
1993   Newsflies ICA Moscow, Russia
1992   For Emily: New Works Made at the Henry Moore Sculpture Trust Studio The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust Studio Halifax, England
1990   Good Sports: Tales of New York Solo Gallery New York, NY
1989   Front Pages Ronald Feldman Fine Arts New York, NY
1988   The Miners’ Monument Cleator Moor Town Council Cumbria
1985   Goldfish Ronald Feldman Fine Arts New York, NY
1982   Separate Peaces Ronald Feldman Fine Arts New York, NY
1981   At the Heart of the Matter ICA London, England
1980   Three Pieces for Dublin Project Arts Center Dublin
1980   Conrad Atkinson: Selected Works About the North, Carlisle Museum and Art Gallery Carlisle, England
2009    Cumbria “Profile: Conrad Atkinson, The Outsider” Phil Rigby
2006    Conrad Atkinson: Landscapes Essays by: Richard Cork, Antony Hudek and Conrad Atkinson Willowdale Farm Claverack, NY: John Isaacs Book
2004    Common Sights Essays by: Robert Woof, Richard Cork, Henry Shukman, and Conrad Atkinson, Cumbria, England: Wordsworth Trust
1996    Conrad Atkinson: Transient Carlisle, England: Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery
1992    For Emily Essay by: Miranda McClintic and Nima Poovaya-Smith Halifax, England: The Henry Moore Sculpture Trust Studio