The Camden Town Group in Context

Exhibition catalogues

Bibliography

1911The First Exhibition of the Camden Town Group, Carfax & Co., London, June 1911.
1911The Second Exhibition of the Camden Town Group, Carfax & Co., London, December 1911.
1912Second Post-Impressionist Exhibition: British, French and Russian Artists, Grafton Gallery, London, October–December 1912. Texts by Roger Fry and Clive Bell. Includes eighteen works by Camden Town Group artists.
1912The Third Exhibition of the Camden Town Group, Carfax & Co., London, December 1912.
1913Paintings by Spencer F. Gore and Harold Gilman, Carfax & Co., London, January 1913.
1913–14Exhibition of the Work of English Post-Impressionists, Cubists and Others [cover-title Exhibition of the Camden Town Group and Others], Public Art Galleries, Brighton, 16 December 1913–14 January 1914. Texts by J.B. Manson and Wyndham Lewis. Includes sixty-two works by Camden Town Group artists.
1914An Exhibition of Paintings by Harold Gilman and Charles Ginner, Goupil Gallery, London, 18 April–9 May 1914. Reproduction of ‘Neo-Realism’ by Charles Ginner.
1923Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings held at Grosvenor House, by kind permission of the Duke of Westminster, Grosvenor House, London, 30 June–8 July 1923. Includes fifty-six works by Camden Town Group artists.
1930The Camden Town Group: A Review, Leicester Galleries, London, January–February 1930. Introduction by Frank Rutter.
1933Important Landscapes From Private Collections by Gore, Grant, Innes, John, Sickert, Smith, Steer, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, 21 April–13 May 1933.
1936Water-colours and Drawings by Lucien Pissarro; Recent Paintings by Richard Sickert; Paintings by George Grosz, Leicester Galleries, London, April 1936.
1939The Camden Town Group, Redfern Gallery, London, 9 March–8 April 1939.
1939Drawings by Edna Clarke Hall; Russian Ballet Designs by Alexandre Benois; Paintings by the Camden Town Group; Stoneware Pottery, City Art Gallery, Manchester, 19 June–20 July 1939. Introduction by Lawrence Haward. Includes eighty-nine works by the Camden Town Group.
1939Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Members of the Camden Town Group and Associated Artists, Aberdeen Art Gallery, 19 September–18 October 1939.
1939Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Members of the Camden Town Group, Municipal Art Gallery, Middlesbrough, 4–30 December 1939.
1940Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings by Members of the Camden Town Group, Leicester Museum and Art Gallery, 17 August–14 September 1940.
1941Drawings by Augustus John and Richard Sickert, Redfern Gallery, London, 16 June–12 July 1941. Includes eighteen works by Sickert.
1944Camden Town Group, CEMA, London 1944. Introduction by Lillian Browse.
1950Paintings by Some Members of the Camden Town Group, Lefevre Gallery, London, November 1950. Introduction by Maurice de Sausmarez.
1951The Camden Town Group: Festival of Britain Exhibition, by Arrangement with the Arts Council of Great Britain, Southampton Art Gallery, June–July 1951. Foreword by M.A. Palmer and introduction by Eric Westbrook.
1951Exhibition of Paintings and Sketches by James Pryde, Sir Wm Nicholson, Augustus John, Charles Ginner, etc., Leger Galleries, London, 2–31 October 1951. Includes five works by Camden Town Group artists.
1953An Exhibition of Paintings: The Camden Town Group, Arts Council of Great Britain, London 1953. Introduction by Philip James.
1961Camden Town Group 50th Anniversary Exhibition, The Minories, Colchester, September 1961. Introduction by R.A. Bevan.
1961–2Drawings of the Camden Town Group: An Exhibition to Mark the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Founding of the Group in 1911, Arts Council tour, City Art Gallery, Bradford, 7–28 October 1961, City Art Gallery, Southampton, 4–25 November 1961,National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, 2–23 December 1961,City Museum and Art Gallery, Birmingham, 6–28 January 1962, Arts Council Gallery, London, 15 February–10 March 1962, City Art Gallery, Manchester, 17 March–14 April 1962. Introduction by J. Wood Palmer.
1963A Painter’s Collection: An Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture from the Collection of Edward Le Bas, R.A., Royal Academy of Arts, London, 19 March–28 April 1963. Introduction by J. Wood Palmer. Includes eighty-nine works by Camden Town Group artists.
1965Camden Town Group: Hampstead Festival 1965, Hampstead Town Hall, London, 21 May–4 June 1965. Introduction by Frederick Gore.
1967Art in Britain, 1890–1940: From the Collection of the University of Hull, University of Hull 1967. Introduction and appendix by Malcolm Easton. Includes twenty-seven works by Camden Town Group artists.
1967The Camden Town Group & English Painting 1900–1930’s, William Ware Gallery, London, 3–31 March 1967.
1967British Painting 1900–1950: Including Eight Paintings by Stanley Spencer and Works by William Brooker, Jacob Epstein, Sylvia Gosse, Augustus John, John Lavery, Derwent Lees, S.J. Peploe, Lucien Pissarro, W.R. Sickert, Matthew Smith, Wilson Steer, Graham Sutherland, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, 24 October–11 November 1967. Includes five works by Camden Town Group artists.
1969The Camden Town Group, Cecil Higgins Art Gallery, Bedford, 3 October–2 November 1969.
1970New Year Exhibition of Selected Works by Steer, Sickert, Lamb, Innes, Ethel Walker, Paul Nash, John Nash & Others, New Grafton Gallery, London, January 1970. Includes seven works by Camden Town Group artists.
1971British Paintings 1900–1971: William Brooker, Richard Eurich, Charles Ginner, Tristram Hillier, J.D. Innes, Augustus John, Derwent Lees, Lucien Pissarro, Walter Sickert, Matthew Smith, Stanley Spencer, Christopher Wood, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, 20 April–15 May 1971. Includes twelve works by Camden Town Group artists.
1973Recent Acquisitions of XXth century British painting: Including Work by William Brooker, Richard Eurich, Charles Ginner, Tristram Hillier, J.D. Innes, Augustus John, C.R.W. Nevinson, Lucien Pissarro, W.R. Sickert, Matthew Smith, Stanley Spencer, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London, 30 October– 24 November 1973. Includes eight works by Camden Town Group artists.
1974The Camden Town Group and Related Pictures: A Loan Exhibition from Public and Private Collections, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, 24 May–7 July 1974. Introduction by Robin M. Thomas.
1974The Camden Town Group: Paintings and Drawings Borrowed from Southampton Art Gallery and Collections in the North of England, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle upon Tyne, 27 September–27 October 1974. Foreword by B. Collingwood Stevenson and introduction by J. Wood Palmer.
1975An Exhibition of the Bevan Gift of Paintings and Drawings by the Camden Town Group, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 12 April–31 August 1975. Introduction by Ian Lowe.
1975English Paintings from the Bevan Collection: A Memorial Exhibition for R.A. Bevan 1901–1974, Anthony d’Offay Gallery, London, 16 April–9 May 1975.
1975The R.A. Bevan Collection, The Minories, Colchester, July–August 1975. Texts by Richard Chopping, Earl of Cranbrook, E.M.O’R. Dickey, John Lewis and John Nash. Includes forty-three works by Camden Town Group artists.
1975An Exhibition of the Bevan Gift of Paintings and Drawings by the Camden Town Group, Camden Arts Centre, London 1975.
1976Camden Town Recalled, Fine Art Society, London, October–November 1976, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield, November–December 1976. Text by Wendy Baron.
1976–7British Art 1910–16, Norwich Castle Museum, 4 October–14 November 1976, Southampton City Art Gallery, 27 November 1976–9 January 1977, Oxford Museum of Modern Art, 23 January–28 February 1977.
1978The Bevan Collection: A Selection of Paintings by British Artists including the Camden Town Group and a Memorial Tribute to John Nash, Gainsborough’s House, Sudbury, 5–27 August 1978. Introduction by Graham Reynolds. Includes eleven works by Camden Town Group artists.
1979Paintings of London by Members of the Camden Town Group, Anthony d’Offay Gallery, London, 10 October–10 November 1979.
1980Three on Holiday at Rye 1913. A Group of Post Impressionists: Lucien Pissarro, James Bolivar Manson, James Brown, Parkin Gallery, London, 19 March–19 April 1980. Text by Malcolm Easton. Includes thirty-nine works by Camden Town Group artists.
1980The Camden Town Group, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, 16 April–29 June 1980. Introduction by Malcolm Cormack and catalogue by Wendy Baron.
1986Artists at Applehayes: Camden Town Painters at a West Country Farm, 1909–1924, Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Coventry, 24 May– 6 July 1986, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery, 26 July–30 August 1986. Text by Rosalind Billingham.
1986Walter Richard Sickert, Lucien Pissarro, Spink & Son, London 1986.
1987British Art in the 20th Century: The Modern Movement, Royal Academy of Arts, London, 15 January–5 April 1987. Essay by Frederick Gore. Includes twenty-one works by Camden Town Group artists.
1988The Painters of Camden Town, 1905–1920, Christie’s, London, 4–24 January 1988. Introduction by Wendy Baron and catalogue by Francis Farmar.
1991The Camden Town Group, Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, 7 May–7 September 1991.
1996The Friday Club, 1905–1922, Michael Parkin Gallery, London, 24 April–17 May 1996. Introduction by Richard Shone. Includes work by Innes, Lamb, Drummond, Bevan, Ginner, Gilman and Grant.
1997Modern Art in Britain 1910–1914, Barbican Art Gallery, London, 20 February–26 May 1997. Text by Anna Gruetzner Robins. Includes thirty-seven works by Camden Town Group artists.
1997Bohemian London: Camden Town and Bloomsbury Paintings in Adelaide, Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide, 16 May–24 June 1997. Text by Angus Trumble. Includes twenty-six works by Camden Town Group artists.
1996–7Spencer Gore and His Circle: With Special Focus on John Doman Turner, Piano Nobile, Richmond, Surrey, 10 September 1996–25 January 1997. Introduction by Denys Wilcox and text by James W. Robertson.
1998The Camden Town Group, Southampton City Art Gallery, 12 June–2 August 1998. Text by Tim Craven.
1998–9An Ordinary Life: Camden Town Painters, Aberdeen Art Gallery, 28 November 1998–9 January 1999. Introduction by Lisa O’Connor.
1998–9Lucien Pissarro et le post-impressionnisme anglais: Harold Gilman, Spencer F. Gore, Lucien Pissarro, Walter R. Sickert, Musée de Pontoise, 28 November 1998–7 March 1999, Château Musée de Dieppe, 27 March–6 June 1999. Introduction by Christophe Duvivier with texts by Anne Thorold, Wendy Baron, Andrew Causey and Frederick Gore.
2002‘a clean and solid mosaic’: Harold Gilman and William Ratcliffe, Southampton City Art Gallery, 26 April–7 July 2002. Text by Esta Mion-Jones and Tim Craven.
2008Modern Painters: The Camden Town Group, Tate Britain, London, 13 February–4 May 2008. Texts by Robert Upstone, David Peters Corbett, Matthew Sturgis, Lynda Nead, John Lessore, Richard Shone, Wendy Baron, David Fraser Jenkins, Nicola Moorby and Richard Humphreys.
2008–10From Sickert to Gertler: Modern British Art from Boxted House, National Galleries of Scotland, Edinburgh, March–June 2008, Gainsborough’s House, Sudbury, October–December 2008, Brighton Art Gallery and Museums, April–September 2010. Texts by Alice Strang, Frances Stenlake, Caroline Cuthbert and Dick Chapman. Includes twenty-four works by Camden Town Group artists.
2011The Camden Town Group: Centenary Exhibition, Fine Art Society, London, 15 June–16 July 2011. Texts by Robert Upstone and Denys Wilcox.

How to cite

‘Exhibition catalogues, Bibliography’, in Helena Bonett, Ysanne Holt, Jennifer Mundy (eds.), The Camden Town Group in Context, May 2012, https://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/camden-town-group/exhibition-catalogues-bibliography-r1104334, accessed 02 September 2014.