Paul Feiler  (British, 1918-2013) 


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Paul Feiler, Untitled


Paul Feiler

Merville Galleries
Paul Feiler, Beach Under Snow


Paul Feiler
Beach Under Snow
Alan Wheatley Art
Paul Feiler, Aduton XXXVIII


Paul Feiler

Beaux Arts
Paul Feiler, Sea and Boats


Paul Feiler
Sea and Boats
Trinity House
Paul Feiler, Related Forms VIII


Paul Feiler
Related Forms VIII

Osborne Samuel
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Paul Feiler, Levant II


Paul Feiler
Levant II, 1960
oil on canvas


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Paul Feiler, Adytum SII


Paul Feiler
Adytum SII, 1973
color screenprint


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Paul Feiler, Adytum SIII


Paul Feiler
Adytum SIII, 1974
color screenprint


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1918   Born, Frankfurt am Main
1934   Came to England - educated Cranford School
1937 - 1940   The Slade
1941 - 1946   The Art Master at the Combined Colleges of Eastbourne and Radley
1949   First visited Cornwall
1950   Work became more abstract
1953   Bought chapel at Kerris, Paul, near Penzance where he now lives with his wife, the painter, Catharine Armitage.
1946 - 1975   Taught at West of England College of Art - became head of painting in 1960
1975   Takes over Bryan Winter's studio near Paul, a barn converted for the painter Stanhope Forbes in the mid-nineteenth century
  British Council, UK
  Worcester City Museum, UK
  Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museums, UK
  Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, UK
  Ulster Museum, Belfast, UK
  Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, UK
  Art Gallery, Bolton, UK
  Clare College, Cambridge, UK
  Kettle's Yard, Cambridge, UK
  Carlisle Museum and Art Gallery, UK
  Bishops Otter College, Chichester, UK
  Cornwall County Education Committee, UK
  Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery, UK
  Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum, UK
  Leeds City Art Gallery, UK
  Leicestershire County Education Committee, UK
  Liverpool University, UK
  Arts Council of Great Britain, London, UK
  Contemporary Art Society, London, UK
  Government Art Collection, London, UK
  St Thomas' Hospital, London, UK
  Tate Gallery, London, UK
  Victoria and Albert Museum, London, UK
  London University, UK
  Altnagelvin Hospital, Londonderry, UK
  Manchester City Art Gallery, UK
  Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
  Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK
  Albertina, Vienna, Austria
  Hamilton Art Gallery, Canada
  Toronto Art Gallery, Canada
  Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris, France
  National Gallery, Wellington, New Zeland
  Dunedin Art Gallery, New Zeland
  Meredith College, Raleigh NC, USA
  The Principia, St Louis MO, USA
  Pennsylvania State University, State College PA, USA
  Toledo OH Museum of Art, USA
  Gallery of Modern Art (Tremayne Gift), Washington DC, USA
  Phillips Memorial Gallery, Washington DC, USA
2005   The Near and The Far, Tate Gallery, St Ives (solo)
2003   Works on Paper, Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
2003   Janicon, Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
2002   "Connections", Redfern Gallery, London and Le Cadre, Hong Kong (solo)
2000   ART 2000 - Redfern Gallery stand devoted entirely to the work of Paul Feiler
1999   'Orbis - Towards and Beyond' - A historical exhibition of works done before, during and after the Moon Landing in 1969, Redfern Gallery, London
1998   The Rotunda, Hong Kong Land, Hong Kong (solo)
1996   Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
1995 - 1996   Retrospective Exhibition, Tate Gallery, St Ives (solo)
1994   Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
1993   Redfern Gallery, London: introduction by John Steer (solo)
1989   Post-war British abstract art, Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London (introduction by Margaret Garlake)
1985   St Ives 1939-64: twenty-five years of painting sculpture and pottery, Tate Gallery, London (curated by David Brown, introduction by David Lewis)
1982   Fayetteville Museum of Art, North Carolina, USA: introduction by Phyllis A McLeod (solo)
1981 - 1982   Crawford Centre for the Arts, University of St Andrews and toured to: Alpirsbacher Galerie, Alpirsbach, EKG Kunst, Stuttgart, John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton, Warwick Arts Trust, London: introduction by John Steer (solo)
1980   Art in the making, Brewhouse Art Centre, Bristol
1979   Duke University, NC, USA (solo)
1979   Meredith College, NC, USA (solo)
1977   Wills Lane Gallery, St Ives (solo)
1977   Cornwall 1945-55, New Art Centre, London
1975   Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg (solo)
1975   St Clements Hall, Mousehole (solo)
1972   Archer Gallery, London (solo)
1972   Two (works each) by seven (artists) Archer Gallery, London
1969   Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh (solo)
1969   Sheviock Gallery, Plymouth (solo)
1966   Clare College JCR, Cambridge (solo)
1966   Balliol College JCR, Oxford (solo)
1966   British Painting 1950-57 ACGB touring exhibition
1965   Victoria Art Gallery, Bath (solo)
1965   Grosvenor Gallery, London (solo)
1964   Lanyon, Hilton, Feiler, Davie, Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
1962   Grosvenor Gallery, London (solo)
1961   Arnolfini, Bristol (solo)
1961   John Moore's, Liverpool
1961   British Painting in the '60's, Tate Gallery
1961   Arnolfini, Bristol
1960 - 1961   Contemporary British Landscapes, ACGB touring exhibition
1959   Architect's Choice ICA, London
1959   50 Years of British Painting, CAS exhibition organised by Denis Matthews and shown through the 'Friends of China' in Peking and Shanghai
1959   Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
1958   Obelisk Gallery, Washington DC (solo)
1958   Dimensions: British abstract art 1948-1957, O'Hana Gallery, London (curated by Lawrence Alloway)
1958   British Abstract Painting, Redfern Gallery, London exhibition toured to: Auckland, Liège, Johannesburg, Cape Town
1957   British Abstract Painting, Paris, Milan, Montreal Melbourne, Sydney
1957   Metavisual, tachiste and abstract painting in England today, Redfern Gallery, London
1957   Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
1956   Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
1956   Statements - a review of British Abstract art in 1956, ICA, London, curated by Lawrence Alloway
1956   Aspects of contemporary English painting, Parsons Gallery, London
1954   Nine English Painters, Dublin
1954   The Octagon, Bath (with Wynter, Potworowski and Lanyon)
1954   The Seasons, Tate Gallery
1954   Obelisk Gallery, Washington DC (solo)
1954   Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
1953   The Unknown Political Prisoner, ICA West Country Landscapes ACGB (Western Region touring exhibition, also shown in Germany)
1953   Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
1953   Coronation Exhibition, The Redfern Gallery, London
1953   Figures in their Setting, Tate Gallery
1953   British Contemporary Paintings, Arts Council Gallery, London
1952   Bryanston School, Dorset (with Bryan Wynter, William Scott, Peter Lanyon, Patrick Heron)
1952   The Mirror and the Square, AIA New Burlington Galleries
1950   Bristol City Art Gallery, (With Bryan Wynter, R W Treffgarne, Adrian Ryan, Patrick Heron)
1949   Young Contemporaries, ACGB (Western Region exhibition at Bristol City Art Gallery