Alan Reynolds [b.1926] studied at the Royal College of Art and held his first one-man exhibition at the Redfern Gallery whilst still at college. Reynolds became very successful very quickly, with major shows in New York, Rome and Paris. In 1958 he moved to pure abstraction - later producing mainly geometric reliefs. His most recent exhibition was held at Annely Juda Fine Art, London in 2001. There are 2 books on the work of Alan Reynolds, both published in the 1960s. Many public collections hold Alan Reynolds paintings, including MOMA [NY] and Tate Gallery [London].
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Alan Reynolds, 'Landscape Forms - Brown & Blue', 1959, watercolour, 12" x 10" - sold