Euan Uglow William Darby

“At the gallery we are constantly asked for Euan Uglow’s exhibition catalogues. All are long out of print so we thought that time was right for an independent record of some of his paintings.

This volume does not purport to be, nor is it, a catalogue raisonn√©. It is a book of paintings, selected by Euan Uglow and ourselves.”

– William Darby 1998

Euan Uglow is one of Britain’s most distinguished figurative painters, whose work has been exhibited in major museums and galleries in this country and abroad for almost four decades. Widely associated with pictures of the nude, the human head, and still lifes, Uglow is now famed for the tenacious quality of his observation and the meticulousness of his technique. Each of his paintings takes months and often years to complete, and each is the outcome of an unusually exacting analysis of form, colour, light and spatial relationships.

After studying at Camberwell School of Art and the Slade School of Art, Euan Uglow established himself in a studio in London where he drew and painted directly from the model, precisely calculating arrangements of chosen objects. He travelled and worked in Europe on many occasions, and has taught in London and China. From 1990 to 1995 he was a trustee of the National Gallery.

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