TREVOR SUTTON

Trevor Sutton is an established and highly acclaimed British abstract painter. Born in 1948, he trained at Hornsey College of Art (1967 – 71) and completed his studies at Birmingham Polytechnic (1971 – 72). He has been awarded numerous prizes including the Sir Whitworth Wallis Award (First Prize 1972), an Arts Council Award (1976), a prize at the John Moores Exhibition 12 (1980) and the Lorne Award (1997).

Sutton has had over 50 international solo exhibitions including the Serpentine Gallery (1976); the Round House Gallery (1980); Lisson Gallery (1981); John David Gallery, New York; White Art Gallery, Tokyo (1992); Galleri Weinberger, Copenhagen (1998); Galerie Josine Bokhoven, Amsterdam; Belloc Lowndes Fine Art, Chicago (1999); Another Function Gallery, Tokyo (2010); and Cajetan Gril Kunsthandel, Vienna (2012). He has also had numerous solo shows with Flowers Gallery in both London and New York since 1990.

Sutton’s work is held in various international collections and museums including TATE, London; Deutsche Bank, London; Aberdeen Art Gallery; Arts Council of Great Britain; British Council; Cleveland Museum of Art, USA; Contemporary Art Society, London; Ernst & Young; Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge; Goldman Sachs International, London; Government Art Collection; NSA Collection – Noborimachi Space of Art, Hiroshima, Japan; Merrill Lynch, London; and the Unilever Plc, London.

Eagle Gallery associated artist

Trevor Sutton TIME OF DAY catalogue

Artist’s website