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BIOGRAPHY

1913 - 2009

Frederick Gore, who died on August 31 aged 95, was that rare thing in the art world: a prolific and successful painter who also managed to sustain several active and parallel careers, as teacher, art-school administrator and committee man.

Gore studied painting at the Ruskin School while reading Classics at Oxford and subsequently at the Westminster Art School and Slade.

 Elected Associate of The Royal Academy 1964

Member of The Royal Academy 1973

Chairman of Royal Academy’s Exhibition Committee 1976-87

 Exhibitions:

Redfern Gallery (five one-man shows 1949-62)

Mayor Gallery (two one-man shows)

Juster Gallery, New York (one-man show)

Contemporary Art Society Exhibitions, Tate Gallery (1954,56,58)

 Work in Public Collections:

Southampton Art Gallery

Plymouth Art Gallery

Beaverbrook Foundation, New Brunswick

Department of the Environment

Contemporary Art Society

Rutherston Collection, Doncaster

Reading Art Galleries

Leicestershire County Council

And many other public and private collections

 Publications include ‘Abstract Art’, Methuen 1956

‘Painting: Some Basic Principles’,Vista/Rheinhold 1965

‘Piero Della Francesca’s The Baptism’, Cassel 1969

as well as contributing many essays to catalogues.

Located at 3 Seymour Place