The Court Gallery

Rodrigo Moynihan

(British, 1910–1991)

park bench by rodrigo moynihan

Rodrigo Moynihan

Park Bench

2,500 GBP



1927 - 1928
Winter in London, later attended Accademia Rosso in Florence
1928 - 1931
Studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, London
1933 - 1936
Leading Member of the Objective Abstraction Group
1943 - 1944
Official War Artist
1948 - 1957
Professor of Painting at the Royal College of Art, London
1954 - 1957
Elected Royal Academician, January 9
1963 - 1968
Joint editor with Anne Dunn, Sonia Orwell and John Ashbery of the quartely review Art and Literature
1979 - 1990
Fellow of University College, London
1980 - 1984
Visiting Professor Slade School of Fine Art, London
Born in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Canary Islands


1987 - 1988
New York, Sherry French Gallery, 'Frivolity and Morality: the Tradition of Vanitas in Contemporary Painting'; travelled to New Canaan, Connecticut, Silvermine Guild of Artists / Oceanville, New Jersey, The Noyes Museum / Knoxville, Tennessee, Knoxville Museum / Tucson, Arizona Museum of Art / Valparaiso, Indiana, Valparaiso University Museum of Art / Salt Lake City, University of Utah Museum of Art / Santa Clara, California, Triton Museum of Art / Saratoga Springs, New York, Schick Art Gallery, Skidmore College Gallery
1985 - 1986
New York, Studio of Drawing, 'Portraits 1986'
1978 - 1979
London, Royal Academy of Arts, 'Rodrigo Moynihan: A Retrospective Exhibition' travelled to Bradford, City Art Gallery and Museum / Sheffield, Mappin Art Gallery / Leicester, Leicestershire Museum and Art Gallery
London, Faggionato Fine Arts, 'Rodrigo Moynihan: Portraits'
London, Faggionato Fine Arts, 'Still Lifes from the Seventies'
New York, Robert Miller Gallery, 'Rodrigo Moynihan: the Late Paintings'
London, Karsten Schubert, 'Rodrigo Moynihan:Drawings 1934-1985'
Los Angeles, Michael Kohn Gallery, '300 Years of Still Life'
Houston, Meredith Long Gallery, 'Rodrigo Moynihan'
London, David Grob Gallery, 'Recent Paintings by Rodrigo Moynihan'