Exhibitions

Fred Yates catalogues are always fantastically colourful and are a great insight into the volume of work he produced. Here are some that have accompanied his many exhibitions.

Fred Yates at Eighty  30th Apr – 25th May 2002 at John Martin Gallery London

Fred Yates at Eighty

Fred Yates at Eighty

Lost Paintings  4th Mar – 5th Apr 2003 at John Martin Gallery London

fred yates lost paintings

Lost Paintings

The Geneva Collection  8th Sept – 13th Sept 2003 at Air Gallery London

The Geneva Collection

The Geneva Collection

Twelve Months in Provence  30th Sept – 18th Oct 2003 at John Martin Gallery London

fred yates twelve months in provence

Twelve Months in Provence

On Top of the World  18th Nov – 8th Dec 2004 at John Martin Gallery London

On Top of the World

On Top of the World

An Englishmen Abroad  2005 at Courcoux & Courcoux Hampshire

An Englishman Abroad

An Englishman Abroad

Flowers and Faces  6th Dec 2006 – 26th Jan 2007 at John Martin Gallery London

Flowers and Faces

Flowers and Faces

A Life In Colour  2007 at Courcoux & Courcoux Hampshire

A Life In Colour

A Life In Colour

Muck and Brass  11th Jun – 3rd Jul 2008 at John Martin Gallery London

Muck and Brass

Muck and Brass

 

About to open:

Fred Yates The Last Paintings Jan 27th – Feb 20th 2016 at John Martin Gallery London

Do make every effort to get yourself along!

 

 

2 Responses to Exhibitions

  1. Vivienne Blackledge says:

    I have a Giclee Print on canvas “Mousehole” …first Edition Print 1 of 250. Cannot find this picture anywhere on line ? Published by Artam Ltd. What can you tell me about this painting please.

    • Hi Vivienne,

      Fred Yates loved painting at Mousehole and there are several great examples of paintings he completed of the harbour and surrounding buildings. There are also a number of watercolours that were completed around the village. The Giclee print is decorative but is not something that was produced in the artist’s lifetime. There are however prints that were low limited editions and signed by Fred Yates which were published by Keywest Editions – see Limited Edition Prints.

      FYG

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