Euan Uglow was ‘one of Britain’s 15 most significant artists’ for Lord Snowdon’s group portraits in Vogue magazine on the occasion of the Tate Modern opening.
Dutch Museum MORE is dedicating its summer exhibition to British painter Euan Uglow (1932-2000). This is the first time Uglow’s oeuvre will be showcased outside the United Kingdom. A selection of approximately 60 nudes, portraits, still lifes, landscapes and 20 drawings will provide a unique insight into Uglow’s obsessive search for absolute perception. In consultation with renowned British art historian Catherine Lampert (former Director of the Whitechapel Gallery) and with the blessing of the Euan Uglow Estate the museum is keen to celebrate his vigorous yet magical legacy.