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Bill Jacklin PAINTINGS AND MONOTYPES


My paintings have to have a sense of place. The subjects invariably are locations that I have made drawings of whether it is the pulsating energy of the crowds in Times Square or the rhythmic and repetitive movement of the figures and their shadows diving into the waves in Coney Island or Cape Cod. Almost all my paintings have become concerned with the passing of time and my place in it. I respond to the sea and the stars at night, the illuminations over the Great Lawn in Central Park and the road with shadows with birds flying above me. I have watched the skaters at the Wollman Rink forming patterns with their silhouettes and shadows against the ice and I have seen the clouds passing over me with their shapes against the sun. The seemingly fast track of the seasons is almost cinematic as the sunbathers relaxing in the park suddenly are bent against the wind and snow as they cross the street in New York City. Bill Jacklin 2016


6 MAY – 4 JUNE 2016

Bill Jacklin

PAINTINGS AND MONOTYPES

Marlborough Fine Art 6 Albemarle Street London W1S 4BY + 44 (0)20 7629 5161 mfa@marlboroughfineart.com www.marlboroughlondon.com


List of works

1

Sunset I, 2015 Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.6 cm

11  Parade, Times Square, 2015 Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm

2

 torm over the City I, 2015 S Oil on canvas 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm

12

I n the Square, 2014 Oil on paper 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm

3

 un clouds and snow over 5th Avenue, S NYC II, 2015 Oil on canvas 36 x 36 in. / 91.5 x 91.5 cm

13

Illumination II, 2013 Oil on paper 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm

4

I nto the Storm I, 2013 Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm

5

 ouble Skaters III, 2015, Diptych D Oil on canvas 36 x 30 x 36 x 30 in. / 91.5 x 76.2 x 91.5 x 76.2 cm

6  Tempest in the Square, 2015 Oil on canvas 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm 7

 torm over the City II, 2015 S Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm

8

 mbrella Crossing, 2016 U Oil on canvas 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm

9

Skating Encounter, 2015 Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm

10  Harvest Moon, Times Square, 2015 Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm

14  Sun and Clouds over the City I, 2015 Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm 15  Harbour with Sun and Clouds I, 2016 Oil on canvas 78 x 72 in. / 198.1 x 192.9 cm 16 Spring Fever, Central Park, 2015 Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.7 cm 17 Storm over the City III, 2015 Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm 18 Double clouds over the City, 2015, Diptych Oil on canvas 36 x 36 x 36 x 36 in. / 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 cm 19  Harbour with Sun and Clouds III, 2016 Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.7 cm 20

 mbrace, Grand Central I, 2016 E Oil on canvas 78 x 72 in. / 198.1 x 182.9 cm

21

 mbrace , Grand Central II, 2016 E Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.7 cm


Monotypes 22 Cherry Tree, Central Park, 2014 Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm 23

24

25

 ea and Stars at Night I, 2015 S Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm  ea and Stars at Night II, 2015, Diptych S Oil on canvas 36 x 36 x 36 x 36 in. / 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 cm Sunset II, 2015 Oil on canvas 72 x 30 in. / 198.2 x 76.2 cm

32

 arbour I and II, 2016 H 39½ x 60 in. / 100.5 x 152 cm

33  Tempest in the Square II, 2016 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm 34  Tempest in the Square V, 2016 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm 35

 empest in the Square VIII, 2016 T 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm

36

 empest in the Square IX, 2016 T 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm

37

 tars and sea at night VIII, 2015 S 27 x 21½ in. / 69.5 x 54.5 cm

26  Sunset III, 2015 Oil on canvas 72 x 30 in. / 182.9 x 76.2 cm

38 Stars and sea at night X, 2015 27½ x 21¼ in. / 70 x 54 cm

27

39  Stars and sea at night XI, 2015 27¼ x 21¾ in. / 69.5 x 55.2 cm

28

 arbour with Sun and Clouds II, 2016 H Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm  owards Battersea Bridge, 2010 T Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm

29  Sun Sea and Clouds I, 2015 Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm 30

31

 ea and stars at Night, 2016 S Oil on paper 57.5 x 37.5 in. / 146 x 95.3 cm I nto the Sea at Night with Stars, 2015 Oil on paper 60 x 40 in. / 152.4 x 101.6 cm

40

 tars and sea at night VII, 2015 S 26 x 21½ in / 68.5 x 54.5 cm

41

 tars and sea at night XVII, 2016 S 39½ x 29½ in. / 75 x 100.5 cm

42  Stars and sea at night XV, 2016 29½ x 39½ in. / 75 x 100.5 cm 43

 tars and sea at night XVIII, 2016 S 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm

44  Stars and sea at night XVI, 2016 29½ x 39½ in. / 75 x 100.5 cm 45

 tars and sea at night XIX, 2016 S 31½ x 45½ in. / 80 x 115.5 cm


1

Sunset I, 2015 Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.6 cm


2

 torm over the City I, 2015 S Oil on canvas 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm

3

 un clouds and snow over 5th Avenue, NYC II, 2015 S Oil on canvas 36 x 36 in. / 91.5 x 91.5 cm


5 4

I nto the Storm I, 2013 Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm

 ouble Skaters III, 2015, Diptych D Oil on canvas 36 x 30 x 36 x 30 in. / 91.5 x 76.2 x 91.5 x 76.2 cm


6  Tempest in the Square, 2015 Oil on canvas 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm

7

 torm over the City II, 2015 S Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm


8

 mbrella Crossing, 2016 U Oil on canvas 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm

9

Skating Encounter, 2015 Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm


10  Harvest Moon, Times Square, 2015 Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm


11  Parade, Times Square, 2015 Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm


12

I n the Square, 2014 Oil on paper 60 x 66 in. / 152.4 x 167.6 cm

13

Illumination II, 2013 Oil on paper 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm


14  Sun and Clouds over the City I, 2015 Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm

15  Harbour with Sun and Clouds I, 2016 Oil on canvas 78 x 72 in. / 198.1 x 192.9 cm


16 Spring Fever, Central Park, 2015 Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.7 cm

17 Storm over the City III, 2015 Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm


18 Double clouds over the City, 2015, Diptych Oil on canvas 36 x 36 x 36 x 36 in. / 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 cm

19  Harbour with Sun and Clouds III, 2016 Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.7 cm


20

 mbrace, Grand Central I, 2016 E Oil on canvas 78 x 72 in. / 198.1 x 182.9 cm

21

 mbrace , Grand Central II, 2016 E Oil on canvas 48 x 42 in. / 122 x 106.7 cm


22 Cherry Tree, Central Park, 2014 Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm


23

 ea and Stars at Night I, 2015 S Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm


24

 ea and Stars at Night II, 2015, Diptych S Oil on canvas 36 x 36 x 36 x 36 in. / 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 x 91.5 cm


25

Sunset II, 2015 Oil on canvas 72 x 30 in. / 198.2 x 76.2 cm


26  Sunset III, 2015 Oil on canvas 72 x 30 in. / 182.9 x 76.2 cm


27

 arbour with Sun and Clouds II, 2016 H Oil on canvas 66 x 60 in. / 167.6 x 152.4 cm

28

 owards Battersea Bridge, 2010 T Oil on canvas 30 x 36 in. / 76.2 x 91.5 cm


29  Sun Sea and Clouds I, 2015 Oil on canvas 42 x 48 in. / 106.7 x 122 cm

30

 ea and stars at Night, 2016 S Oil on paper 57.5 x 37.5 in. / 146 x 95.3 cm


31

I nto the Sea at Night with Stars, 2015 Oil on paper 60 x 40 in. / 152.4 x 101.6 cm


Monotypes

32

 arbour I and II, 2016 H 39½ x 60 in. / 100.5 x 152 cm


33  Tempest in the Square II, 2016 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm 34  Tempest in the Square V, 2016 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm


35

 empest in the Square VIII, 2016 T 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm

36

 empest in the Square IX, 2016 T 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm


37

 tars and sea at night VIII, 2015 S 27 x 21½ in. / 69.5 x 54.5 cm

38 Stars and sea at night X, 2015 27½ x 21¼ in. / 70 x 54 cm


39  Stars and sea at night XI, 2015 27¼ x 21¾ in. / 69.5 x 55.2 cm 40

 tars and sea at night VII, 2015 S 26 x 21½ in / 68.5 x 54.5 cm


41

 tars and sea at night XVII, 2016 S 39½ x 29½ in. / 75 x 100.5 cm

42  Stars and sea at night XV, 2016 29½ x 39½ in. / 75 x 100.5 cm


43

 tars and sea at night XVIII, 2016 S 39½ x 29½ in. / 100.5 x 75 cm

44  Stars and sea at night XVI, 2016 29½ x 39½ in. / 75 x 100.5 cm


45

 tars and sea at night XIX, 2016 S 31½ x 45½ in. / 80 x 115.5 cm


Biography 1943 Born January in Hampstead, London 1960 Studies graphics at Walthamstow School of Art, London (through 1961) 1961 Works as a graphic designer at Studio Seven, Holborn, London (through 1962) 1962 Returns to Walthamstow to study painting (through 1964) 1964 Royal College of Art, Painting School, London (through 1967) 1967 Teaches at various art colleges (through 1975) 1975 Awarded Arts Council Bursary, Great Britain. Devotes himself full-time to painting 1985

Relocates to New York

1989 Elected Associate Member of the Royal Academy, London

Solo exhibitions

1970 Royal College of Art, Upper Gallery, London

Nigel Greenwood, London

1971

Nigel Greenwood, London

1973 Hester van Royen Gallery, London 1975

Nigel Greenwood, London

1977 Hester van Royen Gallery, London 1980

Marlborough Fine Art, London

1983

Marlborough Fine Art, London

1985

Marlborough Gallery, New York

1987

Marlborough Gallery, New York

1988

Marlborough Fine Art, London

1990

Marlborough Gallery, New York

1992

Marlborough Fine Art, London

New York City: The Collective Image 1996-97, Marlborough Fine Art and Graphics, London 1998 New York City: The Connected Image 1997-99, Marlborough Gallery, New York 2000 Bill Jacklin. Silhouettes and Shadows: New York City, Marlborough Fine Art, London 2002 Central Park, New York City: Recent Paintings and Monoprints, Marlborough Gallery, New York 2003 Bill Jacklin: Recent Monotypes, Marlborough Gallery, New York 2004 Bill Jacklin: Recent Monotypes, Galeria Marlborough, Madrid Bill Jacklin: A Venetian Affair: Painting and Monotypes, Marlborough Fine Art, London 2005 Bill Jacklin: New York Skaters: Paintings and Monotypes, Marlborough Fine Art, London

1993 Official Artist-in-Residence for the British Council, Hong Kong (through 1994)

Urban Portraits, New York 1986-1992, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford; travelled to Santiago de Compostela, Spain (through 1993)

1995 The Rink mural, commissioned by the Washington National Airport (through 1997)

1994 University of Northumbria at Newcastle, Newcastle -upon-Tyne

Bill Jacklin: People and Places, New monotypes, Marlborough Graphics, London

London Print Workshop, London

Marlborough Graphics, London

2008 Bill Jacklin: Paintings, prints and monotypes, University Gallery, Newcastle

1991

Elected Royal Academician

1997 Monograph published by Phaidon Press entitled Bill Jacklin by John Russell Taylor 2000 Makes Millenium Print for the Print Club of New York 2004 Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Painters and Printmakers The artist lives and works in New York City and Newport, Rhode Island

1995 Urban Portraits Hong Kong 1993-95, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong

2007 Bill Jacklin: People and Places, Marlborough Gallery, New York

New Monotypes and Etchings, Marlborough Graphics, London

2008-9 Bill Jacklin: People and Places II Paintings and Prints, Marlborough Fine Art, London, travelled to Marlborough Monaco, April - June

1997 New Monotypes and Etchings, Skovridder Gallery, Oslo, Norway

2009 Bill Jacklin: People and Places II, Marlborough Fine Art

New York City: The Collective Image 1996-97, Marlborough Gallery, New York

2011 Bill Jacklin RA, The Lightness of Being, Brook Gallery, Devon


2012 Bill Jacklin, New Monotypes, Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames

1973 English Painting Today, Musée d’Art Moderne, Paris

1986 Collector’s Show, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas

Bill Jacklin, Recent Work, New York, Marlborough Gallery, New York

1974 Xe Biennale International d’Art, British Council Exhibition, Menton, France

The Fondation Verannemann Invites Marlborough, Fondation Veranneman, Belgium

2013 Bill Jacklin, Paintings, Pastels & Prints, Marlborough Fine Art, London

1975 Contemporary British Drawings, British Council Exhibition, Sao Paulo; travelled throughout South America

1987 Urban Visions: The Contemporary Artist and New York, Adelphi University, New York

2014 Bill Jacklin, New York Paintings, Marlborough Gallery, New York 2016 Bill Jacklin: Paintings and Monotypes, Marlborough Fine Art, London, 5 May - 4 June Bill Jacklin RA Graphics: A Survey of Graphic Work 19612016, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 2 June – 28 August

Group exhibitions

1967

Young Contemporaries, London

1977 Artists at Curwen, Tate Gallery, London British Painting 1952-1977, Royal Academy of Art, London Works on Paper - Gifts to Public Galleries 1972-1977, Contemporary Art Society, Diploma Galleries, Royal Academy of Art, London Arts Council: Recent Acquisitions, Hayward Gallery, London

1970 John Moore’s Exhibition 7, Liverpool

10 Years of Graphics, Ibis Gallery, Leamington Spa

1970 Contemporary Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

1978 Contemporary Mezzotints, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, Massachusetts

1971 Recent Acquisitions, Victoria and Albert Museum, London Recent Acquisitions, Tate Gallery, London Contemporary Art Society Recent Acquisitions, R.C.A. Galleries, London

1979 Contemporary Art, De Beers, London British International Print Biennial, Bradford, England 1981 16 Artists: The Who Album, Tate Gallery, London

1972 Contemporary Drawings, The Museum of Modern Art, New York

1982 Thirty-Five Artists, Printmaking, Royal College of Art; travelling exhibition

Third International Print Biennial, Bradford, England

1983 Britain Salutes New York, Marlborough Gallery, New York

Tokyo Print Biennial, Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo

1985 Printmakers at the Royal College of Art, Barbican Art Gallery, London

Drawings, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford

Director’s Choice, Tampa Museum of Art, Florida Artists’ Choice, Royal College of Art, Print Department, London 1988 150th Anniversary Painting Exhibition, Royal College of Art, London Birthright – The Mother and Child Exhibition, Alex Reid and Lefevre, London L’Europe des grands maîtres: quand ils etaient jeunes, Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris 1989 The Figure, Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, Arkansas 1991 New Acquisitions: British Drawings, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York 1992 Urban Realities: Contemporary Portraits of New York, Walsh Gallery, Regina A. Quick Center, Fairfield University, Fairfield, Connecticut Britain and the São Paulo Biennial 1951-1991, British Council, London Group Show, Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London 1993

Skara Gallery, Norway

Collectors Exhibition, Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, Arkansas 1996 New Acquisitions, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York


1997 CityScapes: A Survey of Urban Landscape, Marlborough Gallery, New York 1998 L’Ecole de Londres - de Bacon à Bevan, La Fondation Dina ViernyMusée Maillol, Paris, France; travelled to Auditorio de Galicia, Santiago de Compostella, Spain; Kunsthaus, Vienna The Colours Black, County Museum, Joanneum Graz, Austria 2000 Elogio de lo Visible, 27 artistas en torno a la figuración, Galeria Marlborough, Madrid; traveled to Centro Cultural “Las Claras,” Murcia, Spain; Centro Cultural “Casa del Cordon,” Burgos, Spain; Cultural Rioja, Logrono, Spain Paintings/Peintures, Marlborough Gallery, New York; travelled to Marlborough Monte-Carlo (inaugural exhibition), Monaco 2001 Art Transplant: British Artists in New York, British ConsulGeneral’s Residence, New York 2003 La Fête, Le Bellevue, Biarritz, France; travelled to Museo Valenciano de la Ilustración y la Modernidad, Valencia, Spain 2003-4 Picasso to Warhol, Master Prints 1964-2003, Zamek Ujazdowski, Warsaw, Poland; travelled to National Museum, Poland 2004 New York, New York, Galeria Marlborough, Madrid, September-October; Fundacion Caja Granada, Centro Cultural Caja de Granada, Puerta Real, November-December 2008-9 The Curwen Studio 50th Anniversary 1958-2008, Goodison Room, Tate Britain

Selected commissions 1988 Futures Market, commissioned by The Bank of England, London The Ivy, commissioned by the Ivy Restaurant, London 1993 The Park, tapestry, commissioned by De Beers, London, completed 1995 1994 The Rink, commissioned by the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority as part of the Architectural Enhancement Program at the new North Terminal for Washington National Airport; César Pelli and Associates, Design Architect; Leo A. Daly Company, Architect of Record 1995 Bar Centrale, commissioned by Orsino Restaurant, London 2000 After the Event I, commissioned by The Print Club of New York 2003 Target Benchmarks Central Park, commissioned by the Central Park Conservancy for a benefit auction

Selected Bibliography

1971 Russell, John, “One Man’s Marks.” Sunday Times, December 19 1972 Cork, Richard, “Review.”’ Evening Standard, January 6 Marcus, Penelope. Tate Gallery Catalogue 1970-72, London: Tate Gallery, p. 128 1973 Lucie-Smith, Edward, English Painting Today, Paris: Musée d’Art Moderne 1974 Sandiford, M, “Introduction.” Six Jeunes Artistes Anglais. Menton: Xe Biennale International d’Art, no. 359-363

1975 Lynton, Norbert, Contemporary British Drawing, London: British Council 1980 Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art International, vol. XXXIII, no. 10, March-April 1983 Taylor, John Russell, “Transcending all the Easy Formulas.” The Times, November 8 1985 Russell, John, The New York Times, April 5 John Russell Taylor, Bill Jacklin: Recent Work: New York Paintings, Pastels and Drawings, catalogue essay, Marlborough Gallery, New York Ratcliff, Carter. “An Introspective View.” The Philips Industries Collection, Dayton, Ohio: Philips Industries 1988 Rosenblum, Robert, “Urban Portraits.” Bill Jacklin: Urban Portraits, catalogue essay, Marlborough Fine Art Rosenblum, Robert, “Scenes from Urban Life.” The Observer Magazine, May 15 Taylor, John Russell, “Irresistible Logic of Adventure.” The Times, May 31 Sewell, Brian, “The Rebel in Reverse.” Evening Standard, June 3 Berryman, Larry, “Urban Portraits.” Arts Review, June 3 Kent, Sarah, “Art: Bill Jacklin.” Time Out, June 8-15 Kent, Sarah, Pictures by Living British Artists, exhibition catalogue, Bank of England Berryman, Larry, “Bill Jacklin: Urban Portraits.” The Independent, June 6


1989 L’Europe des Grands Maîtres: quand ils etaient jeunes, Musée Jacquemart-André, Paris

Bevan, Roger, “London Diary: Bill Jacklin Skater.” The Art Newspaper, no. 70, May

1990 Lucie-Smith, Edward, Art in the Eighties, London: Phaidon Universe Publications

“Review: Monograph by John Russell Taylor.” Big Issue, May 12

Kobal, John, Bill Jacklin, catalogue essay, Marlborough Gallery, New York 1992 Glueck, Grace, New York: The Painted City. New York: Peregrine Smith Bill Jacklin, Urban Portraits: Coney Island Series, Marlborough Fine Art, London Bevan, Roger, “Jacklin at Marlborough and Oxford’s MoMA.” The Art Newspaper, no. 22, November

Taylor, John Russell, “Bill Jacklin Monograph.” London Magazine, June-July 1999 Hoban, Phoebe, “New York City - The Connected Image.” catalogue essay, Marlborough Gallery, New York 2000 Lloyd, Jill, “Silhouettes and Shadows, New York City,” catalogue essay, Marlborough Fine Art, London 2001 Sandler, Irving, Art Transplant: British Artists in New York, British Consul-General, New York

O’Heara, Anthony, “Bill Jacklin.” Modern Painters, Winter.

2003 La Fête, Biarritz: Pentagraf Impresores, S.L.

Elliott, David, Bill Jacklin: Urban Portraits, New York 1986 - 1992. Museum of Modern Art, Oxford

2004 Beaumont, Mary Rose, “Bill Jacklin: A Venetian Affair: Paintings and Monotypes”, catalogue essay, Marlborough Fine Art, London

1993 Mallo, Albino, “Bill Jacklin quiere pintar la luz que hay en Galicia.” El Correo Gallego, January 21 Noyce, Richard, “Interview with Bill Jacklin.” Art Line Magazine, Summer

John Russell Taylor, “Crowd Pleaser” Royal Academy Magazine, no. 84, autumn

1995 Binks, Hilary, “Bill Jacklin’s Hong Kong.” Window Magazine, January 20

2006 Holubizky, Ihor, “The Past is Forgiven: Herman Levy and Josef Herman”, catalogue essay, McMaster University, Museum of Art, Ontario

1997 Taylor, John Russell, “Bill Jacklin” Monograph published by Phaidon Press, London

2007 Lloyd, Jill: “Bill Jacklin: People and Places”, catalogue essay, Marlborough Gallery, New York

O’Shaughnessy, Tracy, “A Product of His Environment: The Evolution of a Painter.” Republican American, May 11

2008 Pill, Steve: “Bill Jacklin RA City Dwelling”, Artist and Illustrators, May

Muir, Robin, “An Englishman in New York.” The Independent Magazine, March 29

2009 Peppiatt, Michael: “Bill Jacklin: People and Places II”, catalogue essay, Marlborough Fine Art, London, travelled to

Marlborough Monaco 2012 Priest, Margaret: “A Stranger in New York. A Recollection, A Reawakening and a Revelation”, catalogue essay, Marlborough Gallery, New York 2013 Holubizky, Ihor: “Bill Jacklin Paintings Pastels and Prints 2013”, catalogue essay, Marlborough Fine Art, London 2016 Jill Lloyd and Nancy Campbell, Bill Jacklin: A Graphic Artist 1961-2016, Royal Academy Publications Sting (Foreword), Michael Peppiatt Bill Jacklin’s New York, Scala Arts Publishers Inc, New York “Hello Crewel World”, World of Interiors, February issue “Hot Type, Bill Jacklin’s New York”, Scala Arts, Vanity Fair, February issue Paint the town online, Take a tour of Bill Jacklin’s Studio Photos by Chris Chramer www.vanityfair.com “Bill Jacklin’s New York”, Monograph, Foreword by Sting, Interview by Michael Peppiatt, Scala Arts Publishing “Bill Jacklin: Graphics 2016”, Monograph, Introduction by Jill Lloyd, Essay by Nancy Campbell, Royal academy of Arts Publication

Film, television, radio

1980 Edward Lucie-Smith, “Critics Choice,” BBC Radio 4, June 4. 1988 Marina Vaizey, Anthony Curtis, Adam Mars-Jones and John Wilders, “Critics Forum,” BBC Radio 4, June


1989 “Washington Square at Night, Painted Tales”, Canning Factory Productions, Channel 4 TV, London

 Fondation Veranneman,

1992 Tina O’Donnell, “Bill Jacklin in New York”, Tina Eden Productions Video, New York

 Houghton Library of the Harvard 

1994 British Council Hong Kong Educational Film, “Making Marks, Bill Jacklin in Hong Kong”

 Hunterian Art Gallery, Glasgow,

1998 Viewfinder Productions. Washington National Airport – the New Terminal Promotional Film (interview with Bill Jacklin)

 Selected public collections Arkansas Arts Center, Little  Rock, Arkansas, USA   Arts Council of Great Britain, London, England   Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia   The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, Oxford, England

 Bayley Art Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, USA

 British Council, London, England   The British Museum, London, England

 Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, New York

 City Art Gallery, Bradford, England   Contemporary Art Society, London, England   Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, England

Kruishoutem, Belgium

 Government Art Collection, England

College Library, The Harvard Theatre Collection, USA Scotland

Royal Academy of Arts, London  

 Smithsonian Institution,  National Portrait Gallery, Washington DC, USA

 Tampa Museum of Art, Florida   Tate Gallery, London, England   Thyssen-Bornemisza  Foundation, Villa Favorita, Castagnola, Switzerland

 Irish Art Council, Dublin, Ireland  Isle of Man Arts Council, 

 University of Alberta Art and

 Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art

 University of Guelph, Ontario, 

Bristish Isles

Museum, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA

Artifact Collection, Edmonton, Canada Canada

 The Kemper Museum of 

 University of Leicester, England   University of Northumbria at 

 The Library of Congress, Anglo 

 Victoria and Albert Museum,

Contemporary Art, Kansas City, Missouri American Acquisitions Division, Washington DC, USA

 The Metropolitan Museum of 

Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, England London, England

 Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut

Art, New York

 The Morgan Library and Museum, New York

 Museum of Fine Arts, the

Brian Montgomery Collection, Budapest, Hungary

 The Museum of Modern Art,  New York

 Museum Boymans-van

Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

 The New York Public Library of

the Performing Arts, New York, Billy Rose Theatre Division

  Corporate collections The Bank of England, London,  England

 Cathay Pacific, London and  Frankfurt

 De Beers, London, England  Deutsche Morgan Grenfell, London

 Gartmore plc, London, England  Goldman Sachs, London, England

 Palmer Museum of Art, 

 McCrory Corporation, New York,

 Portland Museum of Art, Oregon   The Queen’s Gallery, (RA

 Midland Bank, London, England   Philips Industries, Dayton, Ohio  Texaco Properties, San Ramon,

Pennsylvania State University, USA

Portfolio), London

New York

California


Marlborough

Madrid

New York

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Photo of artist: Christopher Craymer Photography: Miggs Burroughs Design: Shine Design, London Print: Impress Print Services ISBN 978-1-909707-29-0 Catalogue No. 656 Š 2016 Marlborough


Bill Jacklin: Paintings and Monotypes  

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