Abstract artist brings a taste of New York to the capital

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Abstract artist brings a taste of New York to the capital

Abstract artist, Bill Jacklin, is back in the capital with his latest exhibition.

After finding success in London in the 60s, he moved to the United States where he found inspiration from the city of Manhattan.

His latest collection, Paintings and Monotypes brings a taste of life across the pond to the Marlborough Fine Art gallery. 

The exhibition coincides with his solo show of graphic works at the Royal Academy and the publication of two new books: Bill Jacklin: Graphics and Bill Jacklin’s New York, featuring an introduction by Sting.

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