Philip Harlequin Palmer (British b.1963); “Morgana and the Cultivation of Mordred”; oil on canvas laid to board; signed; glazed and mounted in a wood frame; 34 x 46cm (13.5 x 18ins) sight (visible canvas) size, 54.5 x 67cm (21.5 x 26.25ins)
A work from the artist's “Avalon Series”, many of which have not been exhibited before yet are a central core of the artists production. Over the next few months, we will be exhibiting several works from this series, ranging from small intimate studies to large sweeping canvases. Palmer sums up the spirit of the pictures when he quotes, inspired by Edward Burne-Jones: 'A beautifull world that never was but should have been'.
In the short time we have represented this artist, he has gained an international following of art collectors, several of whom have made repeat purchases of his work.
CONDITION: Excellent, no damage or defects.
BIOGRAPHY: Although a very pleasant character, this artist is a little reclusive by nature and wishes only to provide biographical details that refer directly to his art.
Exhibitions: 1988 The Great Sheffield art show. 1988 The library Gallery, Sheffield University (one man show). 1989 Sheffield City Art Galleries. 1989 Holmfirth Art Gallery (one Man Show). 1989 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Spring). 1989 The tenth Kingfield art exhibition. 1989 Holmfirth Art Gallery. 1990 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Spring). 1990 Yorkshire Artists exhibition Barnsley. 1990 The Great Sheffield art show. 1990 Finegold contemporary art Hebden Bridge. 1990 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition York. 1991 Manchester Academy of fine arts. Winner of the Edward C Oldham prize. 1991 The Great Sheffield art show. 1991 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Spring). 1991 The Yorkshire Artists Biennial, Scarborough. 1991 ‘East’ National open art exhibition Norwich. 1991 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Autumn). 1991 ‘Britain’s Painters 91’ Westminster London. 1991 The eleventh Kingfield art exhibition. 1992 Manchester Academy of fine arts. Winner of the Cotton Bank Prize. 1992 The Laing art competition Salford City art gallery. 1992 The Great Sheffield art show. 1998 Derbyshire Open Art Exhibition. 1998 Buxton Museum & Art Gallery.
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