Paul Feiler

(British, 1918–2013)

still life with fruit by paul feiler

Paul Feiler

Still life with fruit, 1949

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Biography

Timeline

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
1946 - 1975
Taught at West of England College of Art - became head of painting in 1960
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.
1975
Takes over Bryan Winter's studio near Paul, a barn converted for the painter Stanhope Forbes in the mid-nineteenth century
Tate Gallery, London, UK

Exhibitions

2005
The Near and The Far, Tate Gallery, St Ives (solo)
2003
Works on Paper, Redfern Gallery, London (solo)
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)