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Benjamin Creme

Benjamin Creme (1922-2016) was born in Glasgow. He began painting in his teens and was encouraged by Josef Herman who saw his work and introduced him to Jankel Adler. Creme was one of Adler's group of students alongside 'The Roberts', Colquhoun and MacBryde. Creme moved to London in 1946 and became part of the circle of 'The Roberts', Prunella Clough, John Minton, Robert Frame and Keith Vaughan. He continued to paint and draw until his death, in London in 2016. England & Co represent the artist's works from 1940-1960. The gallery has held several exhibitions of his work, leading to acquisitions of his works by the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the British Museum, and the Hunterian Gallery, Glasgow. A major painting by Benjamin Creme, Sybelline Figure is currently on view at the Museum of Modern Art in Edinburgh.



BIOGRAPHY   
 Paintings   

Drawings & works on paper



Girl Asleep in a Landscape - Details


Girl Asleep in a Landscape 1948
15 x 20.5 inches
Gouache on paper

Farm Scene - Details


Farm Scene 1945
8.5 x 20 inches
Watercolour on paper

Family Group - Details


Family Group 1946
20 x 16 inches
Gouache on card

Private collection


Ref: BC230
Seated Woman - Details


Seated Woman 1945
20 x 15 inches
Sepia gouache on paper

Private collection



Head of a Woman - Details


Head of a Woman 1948
20 x 16 inches
Gouache on paper

Portrait of a Young Man - Details


Portrait of a Young Man 1945
23 x 18 inches

Private collection


Ref: BC248
Head of a Woman 1946 - Details


Head of a Woman 1946 1946
13.25 x 10 inches
Mixed media on paper

Private collection



Head of a Girl - Details


Head of a Girl 1948

Monotype 12 x 10 inches (image)
Ref: BC244
Kirkudbright Landscape - Details


Kirkudbright Landscape 1945
6 x 8.75 inches
Ink and gouache on paper
Ref: BC252
Portrait of a Woman - Details


Portrait of a Woman 1944
20 x 15 inches
Charcoal on paper

Private collection



Untitled - Details


Untitled 1946
19 x 11.5 inches
Watercolour on paper

Private collection