Exhibited

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Margaret Sarah Carpenter - Career
... She exhibited a portrait of Lord Folkestone at the Royal Academy in 1814, and a picture entitled ‘The Fortune Teller’ at the British Institution ... She exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy between 1818 and 1866 ... She also exhibited at the British Institution and at the Suffolk Street Gallery ...
Alexander Munro (sculptor) - Chronological List of Principal Works
... Bust of Mrs Banks exhibited at Royal Academy (1849) Chimney-pieces for Dunrobin Castle for the Duke of Sutherland (1849) Bust of John Loch at Stoke College, Suffolk (1850) Statue of Francesca da Rimini ...
Barrington Tabb
... Throughout the 1950s he exhibited at the Clifton Arts Club and in 1976 in Davos, Switzerland ... His paintings have been exhibited regularly at the RWA Autumn exhibitions and also with the Bath Society of Artists ... Barrington has exhibited widely, and is a member of the Royal West of England Academy (RWA) ...
Luigi Malice
... he received the Michetti Prize, and "Ricordo di Spagna" ("Memory of Spain") which Malice exhibited for the Posillipo Prize ... In 1963 Malice became a teacher in Reggio Calabria, where he exhibited in collective and one-man shows, and in 1967 exhibited at the Flaccovio Gallery in Palermo and the Santo Stefano Gallery in Venice ... Malice exhibited in 1968 at the New York Coliseum, and in 1984, held a retrospective exhibition in Milan ...
Mr. (artist) - Biography
... exhibited in a group show at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco, entitled Exhibition Kyoto-Tokyo From Samurais to Mangas and had a solo exhibition at Leeahn Gallery in Seoul ... has exhibited in solo and group shows at major museums and galleries worldwide ... In 2002, he exhibited with Rei Sato at the Fondation Cartier pour l'Art Contemporain and in 2006 with fellow Kaikai Kiki artists Chiho Aoshima and Aya Takano at Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon ...

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