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John Tunnard  1900-1971, UK

Rank (2014): 30870 – 

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Male
Painting
Surrealism, Neo-romanticism



to top Most exhibitions in:

Country
United Kingdom 16
New Zealand 2
USA 2
Brazil 1
Italy 1




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Artist Rank
Henry Moore  475 11
William Scott  5087 8
Keith Vaughan  6605 8
Graham Sutherland  3618 8
Ben Nicholson  1594 8




to top Most exhibitions held at:

Institution
  Austin/Desmond Fine Art, United Kingdom 4
  Paisnel Gallery, United Kingdom 3
  Pallant House Gallery, United Kingdom 2
  Auckland Art Gallery, New Zealand 2



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7.5.1900 Born in Sandy, Bedfordshire, England (UK)


1971 Died

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Public exhibitions (Selection) 22  Please report missing Information



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2011
   John Tunnard: Dream Landscapes Exhibition - Agnew's Gallery, London (England)

2010
   John Tunnard - Inner Space to Outer Space - Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex (England)

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2012
   British Surrealists - Falmouth Art Gallery, Falmouth, Cornwall (England)
   Summer Exhibition - Belgrave Gallery St Ives, St. Ives, Cornwall (England)
   20th Century British Art, Spring 2012 - Paisnel Gallery, London (England)

2011
   Aspects Of Post-war British Art - Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London (England)
   20th Century British Art - Paisnel Gallery, London (England)
   Twenty-four Works From The Twentieth Century - FAS Contemporary, London (England)

2010
   20th Century British Art 2010 - Paisnel Gallery, London (England)
   Summer Exhibition: A Selection Of Paintings And Graphics - Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London (England)

2009
   Aspects Of Modern British And Irish Art 2009 - Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London (England)

2008
   Aspects Of Modern British Art 2008 - Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London (England)

2007
   Peggy Guggenheim E L’immaginario Surreale - Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice
   Art for the classroom - school prints 1946-49 - Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, West Sussex (England)

2005
   Elements of Abstraction: Space, Line and Interval in Modern British Art - Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton (England)
   A feeling for form - Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland
   A feeling for form - Modernism in British and New Zealand art - Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland

1988
   British art of the 20C - Richard Nagy, London (England)

1951
   I Bienal de São Paulo 1951 - Bienal de Sao Paulo, São Paulo
   Feininger & Tunnard: Watercolors - Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

1948
   40 Years of Modern Art 1907-1947: a Selection from British Collections - ICA - Institute of Contemporary Arts London, London (England)

1945
   Contemporary British Artists - Arts Club of Chicago, Chicago, IL

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 Dealer Directory  4

United Kingdom

 Austin/Desmond Fine Art, London (England)
 Gillian Jason Modern & Contemporary Art, London (England)
 Martin MacLeish Ltd, London (England)
 Peter Nahum at the Leicester Galleries, London (England)

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Israel

 The Israel Museum, Jerusalem

Italy

 Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice

New Zealand

 Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa, Wellington

United Kingdom

 Leeds Art Gallery, Leeds (England)
 Tate Britain, London (England)
 Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester (England)
 Southampton City Art Gallery, Southampton (England)

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