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Art Show: Peter Iden – An Exhibition of Paintings and Prints ** 28 Oct – 9 Nov 2014 ** Oxmarket, Chichester

 

Oil paintings, watercolours and drawings some being exhibited for the first time. Also a selection of new Giclée prints unframed and greetings cards.Peter Iden lived all his life in the Chichester area. He held over 30 one-man exhibitions in Sussex and elsewhere. He was one of a very small number of artists who managed to make a living entirely from their painting; he had no agent, received no grants, and never did any teaching. His work has been hung in a number of venues including Pallant House Gallery, the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Messum’s Gallery in Cork Street, London, and the Chichester Open Art Exhibition.

Following his death in 2012, a major retrospective of his work was held at the Otter Gallery, University of Chichester in 2013. The Oxmarket exhibition will include work not previously shown. Some but not all of the paintings will be for sale.

 

Peter Iden 1945 – 2012- An Exhibition of Paintings and Prints

28 October – 9 November 2014

Oxmarket Centre of Arts

 

via Peter Iden 1945 – 2012 |.

 

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One comment on “Art Show: Peter Iden – An Exhibition of Paintings and Prints ** 28 Oct – 9 Nov 2014 ** Oxmarket, Chichester

  1. Geraldine Thompson
    September 9, 2016

    Dear Sussex Art Beat
    As an art lecturer and admirer of Peter Iden’s work I wondered if there was a paper catalogue of his work available that I could buy for my teaching?
    Regards
    Geraldine

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