Museum Exhibitions

John Cecil Stephenson – A Modernist in Hampstead

Works FEATUREd in this Exhibition

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John Cecil Stephenson
Divertimento II
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John Cecil Stephenson
Clarabella, 1950
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John Cecil Stephenson
Abstraction, 1934
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John Cecil Stephenson
Sketchbook ‘Simple Elements’, 1957
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John Cecil Stephenson
Bravura, 1960
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John Cecil Stephenson
Study for Triangle Series, 1938/39
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John Cecil Stephenson
Uprights, c. 1937
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John Cecil Stephenson
Uprights II, c. 1937
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John Cecil Stephenson
Kneeling nude, c.1940
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John Cecil Stephenson
Uprights IV, circa 1937
Sold
John Cecil Stephenson
Blue, Red and Yellow triangles, circa 1938
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John Cecil Stephenson
Orange Sketch, 1939
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John Cecil Stephenson
Study for Fugue, 1953
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John Cecil Stephenson
Rondo. (Subtitled “a nous la liberte”)` 1953
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John Cecil Stephenson
Approved Design for Festival of Women’s House
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John Cecil Stephenson
Blue and yellow Figure circa 1946
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John Cecil Stephenson
Vortex 1, 1939
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John Cecil Stephenson
Rust, Indigo, Blue, Bluff, 1937
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John Cecil Stephenson
Abstract, c.1935
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John Cecil Stephenson
Mechanism, 1933
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John Cecil Stephenson
The End of a Doodlebug, Hampstead Heath, 1945
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John Cecil Stephenson
Uprights 1936/37
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John Cecil Stephenson
Accent, 1960
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John Cecil Stephenson
Tonality
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John Cecil Stephenson
Madonna of the Rocks circa 1945
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John Cecil Stephenson
Tita, circa 1960
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John Cecil Stephenson
Preliminary Study for Plyglass Mural Queen Mary’s College
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John Cecil Stephenson
Perseus and Andromeda, 1945
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John Cecil Stephenson
Three Graces, 1945
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John Cecil Stephenson
Monody, circa 1959
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John Cecil Stephenson
Carpriccioso, 1960
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John Cecil Stephenson
Abnegation, 1960