Peter Lanyon  (British, 1918-1964) 

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Peter Lanyon, Blue Wall Bounce

 

Peter Lanyon
Blue Wall Bounce
1964

Alan Wheatley Art
Peter Lanyon, Gannet

 

Peter Lanyon
Gannet
1964

Beaux Arts
Peter Lanyon, Flag Wind

 

Peter Lanyon
Flag Wind
1962

Alan Wheatley Art
Peter Lanyon, Untitled

 

Peter Lanyon
Untitled
1963

Osborne Samuel
Peter Lanyon, Cornish Landscape

 

Peter Lanyon
Cornish Landscape
1958

Osborne Samuel
Peter Lanyon, North East

 

Peter Lanyon
North East
1963

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Peter Lanyon, In the trees

 

Peter Lanyon
In the trees, 1951
color screenprint

 

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Peter Lanyon, Texas 63 (Violet)

 

Peter Lanyon
Texas 63 (Violet), 1963
gouache

 

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Peter Lanyon, Dying boat

 

Peter Lanyon
Dying boat, 1947
pencil, crayon, oil and pastel on paper

 

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  born on the 8th February 1918 in St. Ives, Cornwall, the only son of Herbert Lanyon, a semi-professional musician and photographer
  Following a private education at Clifton College near Bristol, Lanyon enrolled at Penzance School of Art in 1936
  In 1937 he met Adrian Stokes, whose writing and aesthetic theories dramatically affected his work
  After a trip with his mother and sister to South Africa in 1938 and a period of depression, Lanyon enrolled at the Euston Road School in London in May 1939, as advised by Stokes
  Though he stayed for no more than two months, his principal teachers being William Coldstream and Victor Pasmore, he believed the experience was ‘exceedingly good training'
  Having returned to Cornwall, Lanyon noted the disintegration of his painting in July/August, but was once more aided by Stokes who suggested he take lessons with Ben Nicholson, which began in September 1939
  Receiving direction in formal aspects of abstract composition from a leading figure of British Modernism led Lanyon into experiments with reliefs and constructions, such as his White Track and Box Construction No. 1
  Throughout the 1940s the influence of Nicholson, as well as Naum Gabo and to a lesser extent Barbara Hepworth, was visible in his work. Lanyon enlisted at the age of twenty and served in the Royal Air Force in North Africa, Palestine and Italy
  In 1946 he married Shelia St. John Browne and they had six children between 1947 and 1957. After World War II Lanyon was actively involved with the Crypt group and was a founder member of the Penwith School of Art in 1949
  Lanyon had his first one-man exhibition at the Lefevre Gallery in London in 1950 and began teaching at the Bath Academy of Art, Corsham, until 1957
  . From 1957-60 he ran an art school, St Peter’s Loft at St. Ives with Terry Frost and William Redgrave
  . In 1957 he visited New York for a one-men exhibition at the Catherine Viviano Gallery, where he met Mark Rothko and Robert Motherwell
  Lanyon had his first one-man exhibition at the Lefevre Gallery in London in 1950 and began teaching at the Bath Academy of Art, Corsham, until 1957
  . From 1957-60 he ran an art school, St Peter’s Loft at St. Ives with Terry Frost and William Redgrave
  . In 1957 he visited New York for a one-men exhibition at the Catherine Viviano Gallery, where he met Mark Rothko and Robert Motherwell
  Lanyon began gliding in 1959 which had a great impact on his painting and print-making. He died in Taunton on 31st August 1964 as a result of injuries he received in a gliding accident
1992   Air, Land and Sea, South Bank Centre, London, Arts Council, touring exhibition
1991   Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London, Peter Lanyon: Landscapes 1946-1964; Gillian Jason Gallery, London, Peter Lanyon: Works on Paper
1984 - 1985   British Council Exhibition touring Ireland, Portugal and Spain, Cornwall: Drawings by Peter Lanyon and Photographs by Andrew Lanyon; Gimpel Fils, London, Peter Lanyon: Selected Works 1952-64
1983   New Art Centre, London; Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall; Gimpel Fils, London, Peter Lanyon : Works 1946-1964
1981   City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent, Peter Lanyon: Drawings and Graphic Work, touring to Museum of Modern Art, Oxford; City Museum and t Gallery, Plymouth
1978   Arts Council, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester, Peter Lanyon; Paintings, Drawings and Constructions 1937-1964, touring to Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow; Kettle's Yard, Cambridge; Penwith Society of Art, St. Ives; Royal West of England Academy of Arts, Bristol
1975   Gimpel Fils, London; New Art Centre, London
1970 - 1971   Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol and Park Square Gallery, Leeds
1968   Arts Council, Tate Gallery, London, Peter Lanyon, touring to City Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth; Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne; City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
1964   Catherine Viviano Gallery, New York; Gimpel and Hanover Gallery, Zurich
1963   Marion Koogler McNay Art Institute, San Antonio Texas; Catherine Viviano Gallery, New York
1962   Catherine Viviano Gallery, New York; Sail Loft, St. Ives; Gimpel Fils, London
1961   VI Sao Paulo Bienale, Brazil
1958 - 1960   Gimpel Fils, London
1959   Catherine Viviano Gallery, New York
1957   Catherine Viviano Gallery, New York
1955   City Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth
1952 - 1954   Gimpel Fils, London
1949   Lefevre Gallery, London


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