Graham Sutherland

Graham Sutherland /   Graham Vivian Sutherland

United Kingdom 1903 - 1980

Abstract Art, Neo-romanticism

Graham Sutherland
Graham Vivian Sutherland
United Kingdom
February 15, 2017
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One of the leading British artists of the 20th century, Graham Sutherland was widely known for his prints and paintings. Despite some other names coming to mind before him when talking about the art history, such as David Hockney, Francis Bacon, or Lucian Freud, there was a time when Sutherland ruled undisputed. From mid-1930’s, when he established his identity as a modern painter, to the 1950s, when his influence began to wane, there was a widespread consensus amongst fellow artists and critics that Sutherland was the most exciting and compelling voice in contemporary British painting.[1] He was even commissioned to paint a portrait of Winston Churchill, in what turned out to be one of the most famous cases of the subject disliking the artwork, which eventually led to its destruction.

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Graham Sutherland – Western Hills, 1938-1941 – image via

The Art of Graham Sutherland

Sutherland’s artistic career included several significant changes in direction. After specializing in engraving and etching, he began achieving fame as a printmaker. His early pastoral prints display the influence of the English Romantic Samuel Palmer, whereby prefiguring Sutherland’s later involvement within the Neo-Romantic movement in Britain. However, the famous 1929 Wall Street Crash bankrupted many of his collectors, thus forcing Sutherland to turn to other sources of income. He worked as an illustrator until he visited Pembrokeshire, becoming completely captivated by it, and subsequently, turning to painting as a primary medium for his expression. The artist continued to draw inspiration from Pembrokeshire countryside and its enthralling anthropomorphic natural forms for the rest of his life.[2] When working on landscapes, Sutherland’s working method included seizing on a detail such as a dead tree, boulder, thorn bush, everything that according to the artist, required a separate existence. He would sketch this on the spot, and later a studio painting would evolve. Sutherland wasn’t the first to do so – many landscape artists before him had done pretty much the same, but his studio hand moved considerable further from what his outdoor eye had seen. Neo-romantic at the core, his work inspired others such as Paul Nash, John Craxton, and John Piper. Over time, Sutherland began to reveal himself as a vivid colorist with an original sense of harmonies. He somewhat banished the dark and heavy tones which he had used earlier, though preserving the sharp black and white oppositions and using acid pinks and mauves, orange and light blue, emerald, chrome yellow, and scarlet.

Graham Sutherland would draw in his sketchbook at site, and would later work in studio, moving away from what his outdoor eye had seen

Graham Sutherland privacy terms of search policy for new main national London home on view at gallery
Graham Sutherland – Stone in Estuary, 1935 (Left) / Landscape with Rocks, 1944 (Right) – image courtesy of Lucy Johnson gallery

Graham Sutherland and the Infamous Portrait of Winston Churchill

The British artist wasn’t known just for his landscapes – he was also a famous portraitist. As such, and because he was at the peak of his fame in 1954, Sutherland was commissioned to paint a full-length portrait of Winston Churchill. It was intended to be unveiled during Churchill’s 80th birthday ceremony at Westminster Hall. The painter made numerous charcoal sketches of the Prime minister at a handful of sittings from August 1954, with a strong focus on his subject’s face and hands, before making oil studies. Another source were the photographs taken by Elsbeth Juda. There were some problems, however. Churchill had suffered a stroke, which was concealed from the public, and was recovering from it. Sutherland made a decision to deliver not some visual blandishment, but the truth – and it was completely different from the idealist photograph that was beautifully taken by Yousuf Karsh in the dark days of the war.

The final result was just that – a bold statement of truth. It was a very unhappy painting of an old and grumpy Churchill that no longer seemed leavened by the humor and verbal creativity of the Churchill of legend. The painting was black and rough, as if burnt, as if Churchill were emerging from the ruins of Europe, from a world not saved but shattered. While the man himself still has a stoic authority, there was also sadness and a sense of defeat. Both Churchill and his wife Clementine resented the portrait, and wanted it not to be revealed during the ceremony. Because the entire project was financed by donations from members of the House of Commons and House of Lords, Churchill was somehow convinced to allow the continuation of the presentation. Reactions were divided – some were amazed by the strength of its likeness, others condemned it as a disgrace.[3] The painting, instead of hanging in the Houses of Parliament after Churchill’s death, it was given to him as a gift and ended up in Chartwell. It was reportedly destroyed by his wife, Clementine, within a year of its arrival.

Churchill hated the portrait!

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Graham Sutherland – The Fly, 1978 – image courtesy of Goldmark Gallery

Personal Life

Born in Streatham in London, Sutherland attended Homefield Preparatory School in Sutton and continued his education at Epsom College, Surrey. After a year of engineering apprenticeship at the Midland Railway works in Derby, he finally convinced his father that a career in engineering was not his true calling – art was. He entered prestigious Goldsmiths’ School of Art in 1921, where he specialized in engraving and etching. During the WWII, he was an official war artist, adding the awareness for violence to his passionate sense of landscape, creating memorable, yet disturbing paintings. After the War, he was hugely inspired by the French Riviera and would spend several months every year into the 1960s. It took the magic of Pembrokeshire to once again make his work fully in the UK. Although he had converted to Catholicism in 1926, and from 1950 until his death was deeply involved in religion, he actually never stopped creating works based on natural forms and nature. Sometimes he was able to combine nature with religious symbolism.

Graham Sutherland lived and worked in Pembrokeshire.


  1. Hammer M., Graham Sutherland: Landscapes, War Scenes, Portraits 1927-1950, Scala Publishers (2006)
  2. Thuillier R., Graham Sutherland: Life, Work and Ideas, Lutterworth Press (2015)
  3. Jones J., Graham Sutherland, Winston Churchill (1954), The Guardian [February 15, 2017]

Featured image: Graham Sutherland posing with the portrait of Winston Churchill – image via

YearExhibition TitleGallery/MuseumSolo/Group
2016A Selection of Modern BritishCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2016Kunst in Europa 1945–1968ZKM - Zentrum fur Kunst und Medientechnologie Karlsruhe, KarlsruheGroup
2016Modern BritishCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2016Mixed ShowCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2016A Selection of Modern British, American and European Painting and SculptureCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2016Spring Exhibition: Modern British ArtRedfern Gallery, LondonGroup
2016The Romantic Thread in British ArtSouthampton City Art Gallery, SouthamptonGroup
2016Group ShowGalleria Biasutti & Biasutti Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, TurinGroup
2015Graham SutherlandCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonSolo
2015The Winter Show 2015Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow, ScotlandGroup
2015Selections from a Private CollectionNina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, NYGroup
2015A Paisagem Na Arte: 1690-1998. Artistas Britânicos Na Colecao Da TatePinacoteca do Estado de Sao Paulo, Sao PauloGroup
2015A Selection of Modern and Contemporary British and International Paintings and SculpturesCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2015A Selection of Modern British, European and American Painting and SculptureCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2015On ShowAustin-Desmond Fine Art, LondonGroup
2014Modern BritishCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2014Le Mur, La collection Antoine de GalbertLa Maison Rouge, ParisGroup
2014Designing the EverydayThe Towner Art Gallery, EastbourneGroup
2014Private view: A British ContinuumLloyds Club, LondonGroup
2014Modern British & European PrintsThe Art Stable, Kelly Ross Fine Art, Blandford, DorsetGroup
2013Exultant Strangeness: Graham Sutherland LandscapesCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonSolo
2013Graham SutherlandAbbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, CumbriaSolo
2013Graham Sutherland - StructuresAbbey Walk Gallery, GrimsbySolo
2013Modernites Plurielles 1905-1970Centre Pompidou-Musee National d´Art Moderne, ParisGroup
2013Summer ShowCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2013A Framer's collectionFalmouth Art Gallery, Falmouth, CornwallGroup
2012Graham SutherlandFondazione Magnani - Rocca, ParmaSolo
2012Great Moderns. Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice. Art of the Twentieth CenturyCentro Cultural Palacio La Moneda, SantiagoGroup
2012Summer Group ShowBernard Jacobson Gallery, LondonGroup
2012Picasso & Modern British ArtScottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, ScotlandGroup
2012Weaving The Century: Tapestry from Dovecot Studios 1912-2012Dovecot, Edinburgh, ScotlandGroup
2012ThresholdsMuseum of Contemporary Art Skopje, SkopjeGroup
2012Manifesta 9Koolmijn van Waterschei-Genk, GenkGroup
2012Best of BritishGalleryOne, Grayshott, East HampshireGroup
2012Landscape - Paintings, Drawings and PrintsRedfern Gallery, LondonGroup
2012Doble sueno del arte: 2rc entre el artista y el artíficeMuseo de la Estampa Toluca, Toluca de LerdoGroup
2012European Art: 1949-1979, Marion R. Taylor: Paintings, 1966–2001Peggy Guggenheim Collection, VeniceGroup
2012Picasso and Modern British ArtTate Britain, LondonGroup
2012Discursive AbstractionBernard Jacobson Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2011Graham SutherlandModern Art Oxford, OxfordSolo
2011Graham SutherlandLa Permanente Milano, MilanSolo
2011The Winter Collection 2011Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow, ScotlandGroup
2011Notes Towards a Supreme FictionCeri Hand Gallery, LiverpoolGroup
2011Aspects Of Post-war British ArtAustin-Desmond Fine Art, LondonGroup
2011Aspects of British Sculpture and PaintingLemon Street Gallery, Truro, CornwellGroup
2011A Summer SelectionCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2011Twentieth Century British Art 2011Osborne Samuel, LondonGroup
2011Summer Exhibition 2011Augustine Stewart House, NorwichGroup
201150 Meisterwerke. Das Kunstmuseum Bochum zu Gast in HeilbronnKunsthalle Vogelmann, HeilbronnGroup
2011Gallery Group ShowBernard Jacobson Gallery, LondonGroup
2011Drawn to Modernism: Selected Gifts from Wright S. LudingtonSanta Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CAGroup
2011John Piper and Graham Sutherland,Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, CumbriaGroup
2011Prints 2011 and selected drawingsWolseley Fine Arts Ltd, Walterstone, HerefordshireGroup
2011Drawn from LifeAbbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, CumbriaGroup
2010Important 20th century British mastersAlain Kluckow Fine Art, Sunningdale, BerkshireGroup
2010Un certo movimento tra le avanguardieGalleria Biasutti & Biasutti Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, TurinGroup
2010Gallery Mixed ShowBernard Jacobson Gallery, LondonGroup
2010The Summer Exhibition 2010Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow, ScotlandGroup
2010Cross Purposes - Shock and Contemplation in Images of the CrucifixionBen Uri Gallery, LondonGroup
2010Tradition and BeyondMuseums Sheffield: Millennium Gallery , SheffieldGroup
2010Summer Exhibition: A Selection Of Paintings And GraphicsAustin-Desmond Fine Art, LondonGroup
2010Small paintings. Il piccolo formatoGalleria Biasutti & Biasutti Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, TurinGroup
2009Graham Sutherland - Works on paperZonca & Zonca, MilanSolo
2009Tre pittori per Roberto TassiFondazione Cariparma, ParmaGroup
200960 year Anniversary ExhibitionCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2009The Winter Collection 2009Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow, ScotlandGroup
2009Ricordo di Vanni ScheiwillerMuseo della Scultura Contemporanea (MUSMA), Matera, MTGroup
2009Autumn ExhibitionRedfern Gallery, LondonGroup
2009MESSIAHSMODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts, DebrecenGroup
2009Finissage 2009Zonca & Zonca, MilanGroup
2008Aspects Of Modern British Art 2008Austin-Desmond Fine Art, LondonGroup
200820TH CENTURY Part IIGalleria Biasutti & Biasutti Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, TurinGroup
2008Ancient Landscapes, Pastoral VisionsThe Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, SomersetGroup
200820TH CENTURYGalleria Biasutti & Biasutti Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, TurinGroup
2008First Choice - From Private Collections IVGalerie Carzaniga, BaselGroup
2007Graham SutherlandWetpaint Gallery, CirencesterSolo
2007Christmas Exhibition of Works on PaperMarlborough London, LondonGroup
2007A Selection of British, European and American Paintings and SculptureCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2007Strange Events Permit Themselves the Luxury of OccurringCamden Arts Centre, LondonGroup
2007Modern Britain 1900-1960NGV National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, VICGroup
2007Ewen Henderson - Graham SutherlandGalerie Besson, LondonGroup
2007DrawingsMcKee Gallery, New York City, NYGroup
2007CollettivaGalleria Biasutti & Biasutti Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, TurinGroup
2007ARTICULATED FORMSRabley Barn, Marlborough, WiltshiteGroup
2007Modern British watercolours and drawingsArt Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, NSWGroup
2007Geometry of FearThe Harley Gallery, Worksop, NottinghamshireGroup
2007A Summer SelectionCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2007Doppio sogno: 2RC tra artista e arteficeFondazione Arnaldo Pomodoro, MilanGroup
2007Needle-Knife-Burin: British Prints 1900-1945Art Gallery at University of Saint Josep, West Hartford, CTGroup
2007Age of the AnimalAteneum Art Museum - Finnish National Gallery, HelsinkiGroup
2007International & Australian Works on PaperJosef Lebovic Gallery, Sydney, NSWGroup
2007The Poetry of Crisis, British Art 1933-1951Peter Nahum at the Leicester Galleries, LondonGroup
2006The Artist's Vision: Romantic Traditions in Great BritainThe National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCGroup
2006flutterThe Approach, LondonGroup
2006British, European and American Paintings and SculptureCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2006Radical Visions British Art 1910-1950Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Powys, WalesGroup
2006Print: Modern British,International and ContemporaryOsborne Samuel, LondonGroup
2005NovecentoGalleria Biasutti & Biasutti Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, TurinGroup
2005A Century of Curiosities: The Story of the Hamilton College CollectionChristian A. Johnson Hall, Clinton, NYGroup
2005A Selection of Modern British, European and American PaintingsCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2005Fifty Years of British Landscape PaintingJames Hyman Fine Art, LondonGroup
2005Graphica BritannicaChristchurch Art Gallery Te Puna o Waiwhetu, ChristchurchGroup
2005A feeling for form - Modernism in British and New Zealand artAuckland Art Gallery, AucklandGroup
2004Graham Sutherland as printmakerAbbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, CumbriaSolo
2004Non-HumanDavid Risley Gallery, CopenhagenGroup
2004British Landscape Painting in the Twentieth CenturyCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2003GRAHAM SUTHERLAND - Centenary ExhibitionMartin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff, WalesSolo
2003Graham Sutherland - Centenary ExhibitionBernard Jacobson Gallery, LondonSolo
2003Aspects Of Modern British And Irish Art 2003Austin-Desmond Fine Art, LondonGroup
2003Against the TrendCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2003Modern British MastersSanta Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CAGroup
2002Exemplum del disegno europeo del NovecentoGalleria Open Art, Prato, POGroup
2002British and American ArtCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2002Personal DimensionsChristian A. Johnson Hall, Clinton, NYGroup
2002Twentieth Century British Printmaking. From William Nicholson To Howard HodgkinAustin-Desmond Fine Art, LondonGroup
2002Birds of a Feather …South African National Gallery, Cape TownGroup
2001British, European and American ArtCrane Kalman Gallery, LondonGroup
2001Aspects Of Modern British And Irish Art 2001Austin-Desmond Fine Art, LondonGroup
2001British ArtGrey Art Gallery, NYU, New York City, NYGroup
2001The Battle for RealismJames Hyman Fine Art, LondonGroup
2000Drawing Distinctions - Twentieth-Century Drawings and Watercolours of the British ArtistsThe State Hermitage Museum, St. PetersburgGroup
1999La raccolta SpajaniGAMeC - Galleria d´Arte Moderna e Contemporanea di Bergamo, BergamoGroup
1999Linhas de SombraCentro de Arte Moderna - CAM - Fundacao Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon Group
1998Peggy Guggenheim: A Centennial CelebrationPeggy Guggenheim Collection, VeniceGroup
1998Lines of EnquiryThe Montreal Museum of Fine Arts - Musee des beaux-arts de Montreal, Montreal, QCGroup
1998Peggy Guggenheim: A Centennial CelebrationSolomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York City, NYGroup
1998Artists of Fame and PromiseFairfax Gallery, Tunbridge Wells, KentGroup
1996Comme un oiseauFondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain, ParisGroup
1996William G. Roehrick - 1912 - 1995: A Memorial ExhibitionChristian A. Johnson Hall, Clinton, NYGroup
1993Spazi Forme ColoriGalleria Anna D’Ascanio, RomeGroup
1991Look Here Upon This Picture – And on ThisCornerhouse, ManchesterGroup
1990For a Wider World: Sixty Works in the British Council CollectionNational Art Museum of Ukraine, KievGroup
1988Graham Sutherland: The Graphic WorkChristian A. Johnson Hall, Clinton, NYSolo
1988British art of the 20CRichard Nagy, LondonGroup
1987Graham SutherlandGalleria del Cavallino, VeniceSolo
1987British Art in the Twentieth Century: The Modern MovementStaatsgalerie Stuttgart, StuttgartGroup
1987Contrariwise: Surrealism and Britain 1930-1986Mostyn, Llandudno, WalesGroup
1987British Art in the Twentieth Century: The Modern MovementRoyal Academy of Arts, LondonGroup
1986Contrariwise: Surrealism and Britain 1930-1986The Victoria Art Gallery, Bath, SomersetGroup
1986Contrariwise: Surrealism and Britain 1930-1986Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, WalesGroup
1985Rocks and FleshUniversity Gallery and Baring Wing - Northumbria University, Newcastle upon TyneGroup
1985One City a PatronCity Art Centre, Edinburgh, ScotlandGroup
1985One City a PatronMaclaurin Art Gallery, Ayr, ScotlandGroup
1985One City a PatronCollins Gallery, Glasgow, ScotlandGroup
1985Recalling the Fifties: British painting and sculpture 1950–60Serpentine Gallery, LondonGroup
1984Creation - Modern Art And NatureScottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, ScotlandGroup
1982Small Works V: Fifth Anniversary ExhibitionUniversity Gallery and Baring Wing - Northumbria University, Newcastle upon TyneGroup
1979Gifts of DrawingMoMA - Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1977X Quadriennale Nazionale d'Arte. Artisti stranieri operanti in ItaliaFondazione La Quadriennale di Roma - Villa Carpegn, RomeGroup
1977British DrawingsMoMA - Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1974Alternativen Malerei um 1945 – 50Kunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1973Henry Moore to Gilbert & George: Modern British Art from the Tate GalleryPalais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR), BrusselsGroup
1972Graham SutherlandGalleria Il Fauno, TurinSolo
1972Contemporary PrintsUlster Museum, Belfast, Northern IrelandGroup
1970Graham Sutherland, grafiikkaaWaino Aaltonen Museum, TurkuSolo
1970British Painting and Sculpture, 1960-1970The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DCGroup
1969Graham SutherlandDruckgraphik u. Zeichn. mit d. vollst. Bestiarium - Kunsthalle Nurnberg, NurembergSolo
1969Graham SutherlandGalleria Il Fauno, TurinSolo
1969Malerei des SurrealismusKunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1968The Obsessive Image 1960-1968Institute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1968Britische Kunst HeuteKunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgGroup
1968Transatlantic Graphics 1960-67Arnolfini, BristolGroup
1967Graham SutherlandWallraf-Richartz-Museum, CologneSolo
1967Graham Sutherland - Haus am WaldseeDer Ort internationaler Gegenwartskunst in Berlin, BerlinSolo
1967Graham SutherlandGemeentemuseum Den Haag, The HagueSolo
1967Graham SutherlandHaus der Kunst Munchen, MunichSolo
1966British Prints In The SixtiesArnolfini, BristolGroup
1964Contemporary Painters and Sculptors as PrintmakersMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup
1964documenta 3Documenta, KasselGroup
1962Collector's ChoiceThe Renaissance Society, Chicago, ILGroup
1961Painting and Sculpture from the James Thrall Soby CollectionMoMA - Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1960Art Lending Service RetrospectiveMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup
1959documenta 2Documenta, KasselGroup
1959The Gregory Collection: a Selected Exhibition from the Collection of the late E.C. GregoryInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1956Masters of British Painting 1800-1950MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, New York City, NYGroup
1955Graham SutherlandKunstverein in Hamburg, HamburgSolo
1955Recent AcquisitionsMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup
1955documenta 1Documenta, KasselGroup
1955III Bienal Do Museu De Arte Moderna De Sao PauloBienal de Sao Paulo, Sao PauloGroup
1955Twentieth Century Paintings and Sculptures Lent by Collectors in EnglandInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1954Graham Sutherland - Gemalde und Zeichnungen - Haus am Waldsee - Der Ort internationaler Gegenwartskunst in Berlin, BerlinSolo
1954Modern Masterprints of EuropeMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup
1954Xxvth Anniversary Exhibition: Paintings From The Museum CollectionMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup
1954Recent British DrawingsInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1953Paintings and Drawings by Graham SutherlandTate Britain, LondonSolo
1953Graham SutherlandCurt Valentin Gallery, New York City, NYSolo
1953Painting into TextilesInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1952Recent Trends in Realist PaintingInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1951Graham Sutherland: recent paintingsHanover Gallery, LondonSolo
1951Graham Sutherland: Retrospective Selection 1924-1951Institute of Contemporary Arts, LondonSolo
1951I Bienal de Sao Paulo 1951Bienal de Sao Paulo, Sao PauloGroup
19501950 Aspects of British ArtInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1950Contemporary DrawingsContemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston, TXGroup
1950Painting and Sculpture from the Museum CollectionMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup
1950Six English ModernsCAC - Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OHGroup
1948Graham SutherlandBuchholz Gallery – Curt Valentin, New York City, NYSolo
194840,000 Years of Modern Art: a Comparison of Primitive and ModernInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
194840 Years of Modern Art 1907-1947: a Selection from British CollectionsInstitute of Contemporary Arts, LondonGroup
1946Watercolors by Graham SutherlandSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art - SFMOMA, San Francisco, CASolo
1946Recent Acquisitions in Painting and SculptureMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup
1945Contemporary British ArtistsBuchholz Gallery – Curt Valentin, New York City, NYGroup
1945Contemporary British ArtistsArts Club of Chicago, Chicago, ILGroup
1941Britain at WarMuseum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York City, NYGroup