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Exhibition Summary

Exhibitions up to and including 1940

Location of Exhibition Painting Exhibited Possible dates
Agnew and Sons Gallery 27 (Listed) 1919
Royal Society of Artists (Birmingham) 2
Colnaghi and Co Gallery 1
Chenhil Galleries 1
Grosvenor Gallery 1
Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts 5
International Society 14 1913 & 1914
Walker Art Gallery (Liverpool) 29 1911
London Salon 3
Royal Society of Portrait Painters 101
Royal Academy 59 1913
Royal Hibernian Academy 5
Royal Institute of Oil Painters 11
Royal Scottish Academy 15 1911
Venice Exhibition  at least 1 1912

By way of his greatest public exhibition took place in 1951, only one year prior to his death, when he presented 96 paintings at the Royal Institute Galleries in Piccadilly. The list reads like a who's who of the rich and famous and stands as a testimonial to his work. I have just acquired (10/1/2000) the entire list of this exhibition and will post it on this site as soon as possible.

In addition to the above we are aware of a number of other exhibitions of his work, including the many times Charleston was open to the public both on a casual and formal basis. There were also a number of exhibitions held abroad which are recorded in passing in various documents but they do not list the location nor the number of items exhibited.

It must also be remembered that many of his paintings now hang either in Galleries and Museums or in the Stately Homes of The United Kingdom (and elsewhere) which are open to the public so that the work of Sir Oswald Birley will be in public exhibition for many years to come.

 

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