Selected Group Exhibitions

1955
Summer Exhibition, Redfern Gallery, London
1955 & 60
Young Contemporaries, RBA Galleries, London.
1961
The British School at Rome, Commonwealth Institute, London.
1962, 63 & 64
St Pancras Artists.
1963
London Group.
1965
British Painters, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London.
Pop and Op, Modern British Painting, Geneva.
1966
New Graphics, Arts Council Gallery, Cambridge.
Colour, Form and Texture, Arthur Tooth & Sons, London.
1967
How They Started, Oxford University Press.
1968
25 Camden Artists, Swiss Cottage Library, London.
1969-70
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 7.
1970, 71 & 72
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (initially by invitation) and nearly every year since 1984.
Selection from Royal Academy, toured by Art Exhibition Bureau.
1973
Landscape, Serpentine Gallery, London.
Critics Choice, selected by William Varley, Gulbenkian Gallery, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Florence Biennale; awarded Gold Medal.
1974
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 9.
British Painting, Hayward Gallery, London.
1975
The English Landscape, Usher Gallery, Lincoln.
1976
The Human Clay, Hayward Gallery, London. (Arts Council Touring Exhibition picked by R.B. Kitaj).
1977
1st Tolly Cobbold, Eastern Arts National Exhibition, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (touring).
1978
English Realism, Waddington Galleries, Montreal.
1979
The Camden Scene, (Paintings, Drawings and Prints from the 18th Century to the Present Day), Camden Arts Centre, London.
2nd Tolly Cobbold, Eastern Arts National Exhibition, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge (touring).
1970-80
The British Art Show, (Arts Council touring exhibition selected by William Packer).
1980
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 12.
1980-81
Israel Observed, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, (chosen by Helen Marks), touring.
The Spirit of London, Royal Festival Hall and The Stock Exchange, London.
1981
3rd Tolly Cobbold, Eastern Arts National Exhibition, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
Contemporary Arts in Canden, Camden Arts Centre, London.
1982
Aspects of British Art Today, British Council Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (touring Japan).
British Drawing, The Hayward Annuel, Hayward Gallery, London (touring to Fruit Market Gallery, Edinburgh).
Presences of Nature – Words and Images of the Lake District, Carlisle Museum and Art Gallery (touring).
Enter The Garden, Ellingham Mill Art Society Gallery, Suffolk (touring).
Sainsbury’s Images for Today, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield (touring).
Small Works, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Polytechnic Art Gallery.
1982-83
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 13.
1983
Summer Exhibition, Redfern Gallery, London.The Granada Collection: Recent British Painting and Drawings, Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester.
Group VI, Waddington Galleries, London.
New Landscape Paintings, Bury Art Gallery.
’53-’83, Three Decades of Artists from Inner London Art Schools, Royal Academy of Arts, London.
1984
The Hard-Won Image, The Tate Gallery, London.
A View from my Window, Angela Flowers Gallery, London.
1985
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 14.
Summer in the City, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
British Artists in Italy 1920-1980, The Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury College of Art.
Printmaking Department, R.A.C., London, Rijksakademie, Stadhouderskad, Amsterdam.
1986
Art in the Home, Arts Council in association with Liberty, Ideal Home Exhibition, Earls Court, London.
Finest Prospects, Three Historic Houses; a study in London Topography, English Heritage, The Iveagh Bequest, Kenwood, London.
Contemporary British and Malaysian Art 1986, National Art Gallery, Kuala Lumpur (touring).
1987
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 15.
Athena Art Awards 1987, Barbican Concourse Gallery.
Knowing Your Place, An Exhibition of Artist’ Parish Maps, The London Ecology Centre (touring).
Landscapes, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester.
Introducing With Pleasure, Gardener Arts Centre, University of Sussex (touring).
Small is Beautiful, Angela Flowers Gallery, London, and in 1993, ’94, ’95, and ’97.
Land Sea Air, Contemporary British Landscape, The Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury College of Art & Design (touring).
The Long Perspective, The National Trust’s Foundation for Art, Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd., London.
1988
Exhibition Road, Painters at the Royal College of Art, 150th Anniversary of the R.A.C., London.
Reflections, C.C.A. Galleries, London.
Kew – The British Garden, C.C.A Galleries, London.
Mother and Child, Birthright, the Lefevre Gallery, London.
Singer & Friedlander Ltd., Sunday Times watercolour competition, The Mall Galleries, London, and also 1994. ’95, ’96, ’98, ’01.
Artists in National Parks, Victoria and Albert Museum (touring).
Stormstruck, Exhibition of Paintings and Drawings of the Great Storm of 1987, arranged by The National Trust’s Foundation for Art, Pentworth House.
1989
The Tree of Life, A South Bank Exhibition, organised in association with Common Ground, Cornerhouse, Manchester (touring).
Within These Shores, a selection of works from the Chantrey Bequest1883-1985, Graves Art Gallery, Sheffield.
The Royal College Week-end, Galerie zur Alten Deutschen Schule, Thun, Switzerland.
Images of Paradise, Harewood House, Yorkshire & Christie’s, London.
1990
London’s Pride, The Museum of London.
Royal College of Art, Galerie zur Alten Deutschen Schule, Thun, Switzerland.
3 Ways, Contemporary British painting, (The Royal College of Art and The British Council), Budapest touring to Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Bulgaria and Africa.
Nine Contemporary Painters, Bristol Art Gallery.
Nicholas and Andrei Tooth Memorial Exhibition, Albemarle Gallery, London.
Tribute to Peter Fuller, Beaux Arts, Bath.
The Forces of Nature, Manchester City Art Galleries and Harris museum and Art Gallery, Preston.
The Tree, Chris Beetles Gallery, London.
The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds Fine Arts, Hastings and Bonhams, London
1991
The Green Contemporary Art Sale,Phillips Fine Art, London.
Hortus Cambrensis, Erddig, Clwyd, organised by The National Trust’s Foundation for Art and Oriel 31 (touring).
Cabinet Paintings, Gillian Jason Gallery, London (touring).
1992
Contemporary Colourists, Gallery 10, London, and Flying Colours Gallery, Edinburgh.
The Celebrated City, Treasures from the collections of the Corporation of London, Barbican Art Gallery.
The Discerning Eye, The Mall Galleries, London (by Invitation) and 1999.
1993
Moving Into View, Arts Council Collection, The South Bank Centre, London.
Innovation and Tradition: Recent Painting in Britain, The Tate Gallery, London.
The Sussex Scene: Artists in Sussex in the Twentieth Century, Hove and Eastbourne Galleries.
John Moores Liverpool Exhibition 18.
The Royal West of England Academy (by invitation).
1994
Here and Noe, Serpentine Gallery, London.
The Peter Greenham Memorial Exhibition, Christie’s, London.
The Garden Party, Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford.
1995
Centenary, The National Trust’s Foundation for Art, Christie’s, London.
Works on Paper by Royal Academicians, Coram Gallery, London, and the New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham, Surrey.
Alive! Brighton since the 60’s, University of Brighton Gallery.
1996
From Place to Place, Concourse Gallery, Barbican (touring).
Woven Image, Contemporary British Tapestry, Concourse Gallery, Barbican (touring).
British Airways, Heathrow Airport VIP Lounge.
1997-98
The Subject of Art, Lothbury Gallery, Natwest Group, City of London.
1998
Eye Contact, The Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne.
Landscapes of England, Royal Academy, London.
Portraits of Places, Lothbury Gallery, Natwest Group, City of London.
Painters Progress; Drawn from The Royal College of Art Collection, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.
Gardens, A.T. Kearney, Berkeley Square, London.
1998-99
Brighton Up!, Brewery Arts, Cirencester and Black Swan Guild, Frome.
1999
Nature In Art, Wallsworth Hall, Gloucester.
Contemporary British Landscape, Flowers East, London.
1999-2000
Guildhall Art Gallery Collection, Guildhall Art Gallery.
2000
Pastel Painting and Drawing1898-2000, The Mall Galleries, London.
Order and Event – Landscape Now, Art Space Gallery, London.
2001
Royal Watercolour Society Open Exhibition 2001(and 2004), Bankside Gallery, London.
Real Encounters, South Eastern Arts, Hastings Pier Gallery.
2003
The View – Paintings of Richmond Hill, Waterstones & Orleans Gallery, Piccadilly, London.
2004
Art of the Garden, Tate Britain, London.
A4 Art Auction, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.
2004-05
Visual Wit, Friends Room, Royal Academy, London.
2005
Paintings in Hospitals, Friends Room, Royal Academy, London.
RA’s Exhibition, St David’s Hall, Cardiff.
2007
Autumn Show, Richmond Hill Gallery, London (and 2008).
2008
Summer Show, Richmond Hill Gallery, London.
2013
Browse & Darby, A Critic’s Choice 1950 – 2000. Selected by Andrew Lambirth