Reginald Gray is active/lives in United Kingdom, France. Reginald Gray is known for portrait painting, set design.
Biography Reginald Gray
Reginald Gray (b.1930)
He is a portrait artist born in Dublin in 1930. He studied at The National College of Art (1953) and then moved to London, becoming part of the School of London led by Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud and Frank Auerbach. In 1960, he painted a portrait of Bacon which now hangs in the permanent collection of the National Portrait Gallery in London and has since painted portraits from life of writers, musicians and artists such as Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter, Brendan Behan, Derry O'Sullivan, Alfred Schnittke, Ted Hughes, and Yves Saint Laurent. In 1993 Gray had a retrospective exhibition at UNESCO Paris and in 2006, his portrait The White Blouse won the Sandro Botticelli Prize in Florence, I
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