UEA Collection Print – Alan Reynolds


Woodcut | UEA/CE 01
East Anglian abstract artist Alan Reynolds was born on 27 April 1926 at Newmarket, Suffolk. Reynolds studied initially at Woolwich Polytechnic and later at the Royal College of Arts. His first one man exhibition in 1952 was at the Redfern Gallery, London. Reynolds was initially famed as a landscape painter but in 1958 developed a completely abstract style as he was increasingly inspired by Klee and Mondrian.

Reynolds taught at the Central School of Art and Design and St Martin’s School of Art where he became senior lecturer in 1985. His works can now be found in collections held at MoMA, Tate, Fitzwilliam Museum and Berlin Nation Galleries, amongst others.

The UEA Collection Editions are high quality, original prints by artists whose works are represented in, or have an affinity with, the University of East Anglia’s Collection of Abstract and Constructivist Art, Architecture and Design.

Each image is reproduced in an un-numbered edition of 200 from original material supplied by the artist.