Museum Exhibitions

John Cecil Stephenson – A Modernist in Hampstead

Works FEATUREd in this Exhibition

John Cecil Stephenson
Divertimento II
John Cecil Stephenson
Clarabella, 1950
John Cecil Stephenson
Abstraction, 1934
John Cecil Stephenson
Study for Triangle Series, 1938/39
John Cecil Stephenson
Orange Sketch, 1939
John Cecil Stephenson
Study for Fugue, 1953
John Cecil Stephenson
Rondo. (Subtitled “a nous la liberte”)` 1953
John Cecil Stephenson
Approved Design for Festival of Women’s House
John Cecil Stephenson
Vortex 1, 1939
John Cecil Stephenson
Abstract, c.1935
John Cecil Stephenson
Rust, Indigo, Blue, Bluff, 1937
John Cecil Stephenson
Mechanism, 1933
John Cecil Stephenson
The End of a Doodlebug, Hampstead Heath, 1945
John Cecil Stephenson
Tonality
John Cecil Stephenson
Accent, 1960
John Cecil Stephenson
Uprights 1936/37
John Cecil Stephenson
Madonna of the Rocks circa 1945
John Cecil Stephenson
Monody, circa 1959
John Cecil Stephenson
Three Graces, 1945
John Cecil Stephenson
Perseus and Andromeda, 1945
John Cecil Stephenson
Carpriccioso, 1960