The Royal Academy of Arts presents the first large-scale exhibition of Milton Avery's work this side of the pond.
Worshipped by the likes of Mark Rothko and Barnett Newman, Milton Avery is regarded as one of North America’s finest 20th-century colourists. According to The New York Times, “Only Matisse – to whose art he owed much, of course – produced a greater achievement in this respect”.
Bringing together a collection of his most celbrated paintings from the 1930s-60s, this exhibition is the first comprehisive display of Avery's work in Europe. Delight in the colour of his works, featuring portraits of loved ones and tranquil landscapes from his time in North East America.