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Alan Charlton

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Alan Charlton

Alan Charlton is a renowned British artist, born in 1948 in Sheffield, England. His abstract paintings, typically monochromatic in nature, have become iconic and have been exhibited throughout Europe as well as Canada and the United States. He has been included in the Tate Modern Collection and the National Gallery of Canada and has received prestigious awards, including the Kees Verwey Prize of the Netherlands and the John Moores Painting Prize. Among his most notable works are White Relief (1983), Permutation (1984), and Black Relief (1985).

British artist, abstract painting, monochrome, Tate Modern Collection, National Gallery of Canada, Kees Verwey Prize, John Moores Painting Prize, White Relief, Permutation, Black Relief.

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