Marlborough Fine Art Ltd.

EUAN UGLOW paintings and drawings from the estate

EUAN UGLOW paintings and drawings from the estate

watermelon in morocco by euan uglow

Euan Uglow

Watermelon in Morocco, 1963

nude on rose chaise longue by euan uglow

Euan Uglow

Nude on Rose Chaise Longue, 1953

girl in a green dress (the beret) by euan uglow

Euan Uglow

Girl in A Green Dress (The Beret), 1950–1951

funeral scene by euan uglow

Euan Uglow

Funeral Scene, 1963

snow on sommerton by euan uglow

Euan Uglow

Snow on Sommerton, 1976

study for girl tripping by euan uglow

Euan Uglow

Study for Girl Tripping

Wednesday, May 16, 2007Friday, June 15, 2007

London, United Kingdom

The Directors of Marlborough Fine Art are delighted to announce their forthcoming exhibition of paintings and drawings from the Estate of Euan Uglow. It will coincide with the publication by Yale University Press of Euan Uglow: The Complete Paintings by Catherine Lampert and Richard Kendall.

This important catalogue raisonné will provide the scholarly underpinning for a complete and studied presentation of the artist’s oeuvre with over 300 colour illustrations.

Since Euan Uglow’s death there was a major exhibition of his work Controlled Passion at the Abbot Hall in 2003 and more recently Euan Uglow A personal choice by Craigie Aitchison at the Holburne Museum in Bath. These exhibitions have confirmed Euan Uglow’s reputation as one of the major artists of his generation.

This exhibition comprises 19 paintings from the Estate and covers the entire span of the artist’s oeuvre from an Early Nude Study c.1949 to the ‘S’ Picture which he was working on in 2000.

It also includes 44 drawings many of which are studies and working drawings for his most important paintings. The drawings are discussed in a previously unpublished interview between the artist and Andrew Lambirth which gives a fresh insight into the artist’s approach to the medium and its importance in his working process.

There will be a fully illustrated catalogue published for the exhibition.

For further information and photographs, please contact John Erle-Drax or Mary Miller on 020 7629 5161 or email: website: