Frederick Gore CBE RA
1913 Born Richmond, Surrey.
1914 His father, the painter Spencer Gore, who with Walter Sickert, was one of the Founders of The Camden Town Group, died of pneumonia.
1932-4 Studied painting at the Ruskin School while reading Classics at Oxford.
1934-7 Westminster School of Art, influenced by Mark Gertler and Bernard Meninsky.
1934-7 Slade School of Art.
1937 Summer painting in Les Baux de Provence.
1937 Redfern Gallery, London - One man show
1938 Painting in Greece.
1938 Galerie Borghese,Paris, Exhibition of his Greek paintings with introduction by art critic Louis Vauxcelles who was the first to use the expression 'Fauves'.
1939 Stafford Gallery,London - Greek paintings
1940-1946 Army Service
1946-1979 Taught at St Martin's School of Art, Chelsea School of Art and Epsom School of Art.
1949-1962 Redfern Gallery,London
- Five one-man shows during this period.
1951-1979 Appointed Head of Painting Department, St Martin's School of Art.
1954 Tate Gallery. Contemporary Art Society Exhibition.
1956 Tate Gallery. Contemporary Art Society Exhibition.
1956 Published "Abstract Art" (Methuen)
1958 Tate Gallery.Contemporary Art Society Exhibition.
1958 Mayor Gallery,London - One-man Exhibition.
1960 Mayor Gallery,London - One-man Exhibition.
1963 Juster Gallery,New York,One-man Exhibition.
1964 Elected Associate of the Royal Academy.
1965 Published - "Painting, some Basic
Principles" (Vista / Reinhold)
1969 Published - Piero della Francesca: "The Baptism" ( Cassell )
1973 Elected Royal Academician
1976-87 Chairman, Exhibitions Committee,Royal Academy
1979 Gainsborough's House, Sudbury, Suffolk - Retrospective Exhibition
1979 Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, Suffolk - Retrospective Exhibition
1983 Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk -
1983 Fosse Gallery, Stow-on-the-Wold:
Ten Royal Academicians
1985 Phoenix Gallery Lavenham, Suffolk - "Paintings at Home and Abroad" -
1986 Musee de la Boulangerie,Bonnieux, Luberon.
1987 Phoenix Gallery Kingston-upon-Thames - "Eight British Artists"
(opened by Roger de Grey PRA).
1988 Awarded C.B.E.
1988 Gallery 10, Grosvenor St.London
"Paintings of Greece since the 1930's"
1989 Royal Academy - Retrospective Exhibition.
1990 Fosse Gallery, Stow-on-the-Wold:
1992 The London Transport Museum, Covent Garden.
1993 Gallery at John Jones,Finsbury Park London
" Frederick Gore at Eighty ".
1996 Fosse Gallery, Stow-on-the-Wold:
1999 Fosse Gallery, Stow-on-the-Wold:
One-man:"Paintings of the South of France".
2003 Fosse Gallery, Stow-on-the-Wold
2006 Jonathan Wylder Gallery,Belgravia,London
- in Association with Highgate Fine Art
One-man Exhibition-"Frederick Gore 2006"
Richmond Hill Gallery, One Man Exhibition
Work in Public Collections including:
Southampton Art Gallery
Plymouth Art Gallery
Beaverbrook Foundation, New Brunswick, Canada
Leicester County Council
Doncaster Art Gallery
Contemporary Art Society
Department of the Environment
Reading Art Gallery
The Rutherston Collection
London Transport Museum
The Royal Academy of Arts
Hotel de Ville, Bonnieux, Provence