Belgrave St Ives - Modern & Contemporary Art

Patrick Hayman

Patrick Hayman (1915-1988)


1915 Born in London
1929-33 Attended Malvern College Worcester
1936-47 Lived in New Zealand
1938 Started painting in Dunedin and attended Dunedin School of Art
1940-47 Lived in Wellington. Studied at Victoria University
1947 Returned to England
1947-50 Lived in London
1950 Married Barbara Judson
1950-53 Lived in Cornwall - mainly St Ives
1953 Returned to London
1960 Moved to Barnes
1958-63 Founder-Editor of The Painter and Sculptor
1964 Became honorary member of Penwith Society of Arts in Cornwall at Barbara Hepworth's request
1964-65 Lived in St Ives
1965-70 Taught part-time at Croydon College of Art


Selected Solo Exhibitions


2014
'Patrick Hayman: Visionary Artist. Centenary Exhibition: Works from the Artist's Estate', Belgrave St Ives

2012
'Patrick Hayman. At Winter's End: Paintings of Cornwall and Beyond', Belgrave St Ives

2006
'Patrick Hayman: Works on Paper from The Artist's Estate', Belgrave St Ives

2005
'Patrick Hayman: A Retrospective'. Belgrave Gallery, London and St Ives

1996
Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow

1995
Crane Kalman Gallery, London

1990
Arts Council Retrospective: 'A Voyage of Discovery,' Camden Arts Centre.
Toured to Exeter Royal Albert Memorial museum, Bath, Victoria Art Gallery, Wakefield, Elizabethan Exhibition Gallery and Worthing
'Patrick Hayman 1915-1988' Blond Fine Art, London

1988
Louise Hallett Gallery, London

1986
Blond Fine Art, Retrospective Exhibition 1945-85
Crane Kalman Gallery, London

1985
Gallery Legard, Wellington, New Zealand
Retrospective, University of Regina, Canada (fully illustrated catalogue)

1984
New Zealand House Gallery (with Helen Kedgley)

1982
Salt House Gallery, St Ives

1980
Kesik Gallery, Regina, Canada

1977
Thomas Gallery, Winnipeg, Canada
Millard Gallery, Saskatoon, Canada

1974
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
James Art Studio, Saskatoon, Canada

1973
Whitechapel Art Gallery London

1972
Wills Lane Gallery, St Ives

1971
Zaydler Gallery, London

1970
Richard Demarco Gallery, Edinburgh
Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford

1969
Travers Gallery, London

1968
William Ware Gallery, London

1966
Ashgate Gallery, Farnham

1965
Grosvenor Gallery, London

1963
Beaux Arts Gallery, London

1962
Sail Loft Gallery, St Ives

1961
Portal gallery, London

1956
Piccadilly Gallery, London

1954
Gallery One, London

1951/52
Robin Nance, The Wharf St Ives


Selected Mixed Exhibitions

2007
'Spotlight on St Ives' - Hayward Gallery touring exhibition, toured to: Museum and Art Gallery, Denbigh; Peter Scott Gallery, Lancaster; Art Gallery and Museum, Cheltenham; Northumbria University Gallery, Newcastle; Scarborough Art Gallery

1985
'St Ives 1939-64, Twenty Five Years of Painting, Sculpture and Pottery', Tate Gallery, London

1984
Another Pair of Eyes (works chosen by William Packer), Michael Parkin Fine Art

1983
Alive to it all, Rochdale Art Gallery (Arts Council tour to Serpentine Gallery, Hull, Plymouth and Sheffield)
5 Newcomers to Crane Kalman, Crane Kalman Gallery

1967-8
Arts Council Collection, Paintings bought by Allan Bowness and Robyn Denny, Arts Council Tour 1969-71

1951-3, 1964
Penwith Society of Arts, St Ives

1953, 1954
AIA group exhibitions, London

1951
Prints Under £1 (with Peter Lanyon, Alix and Warren Mackenzie and John Wells) Robin Nance shop, St Ives

1947
London Gallery

Collections:

Tate Gallery, London
Arts Council of Great Britain
Contemporary Art Society, London
Ben Uri Gallery, London
National Gallery of Modern Arts, Edinburgh
Wolverhampton Art Gallery
Swindon Art Gallery
Glasgow University
Nuffield Foundation Trust, London
Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada
Winnipeg Art Gallery, Canada
Carleton University, Ottawa, Canada
Mackenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina, Canada
University of Saskatchewan, Canada
National Art Gallery of New Zealand, Wellington
Auckland City Art Gallery, New Zealand
Robert McDougall Art gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand
Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand
Hocken Library, Dunedin, New Zealand
National Gallery of South Australia
Caloute Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon
University of the South, USA
Milwaukee Art Museum

Selected Bibliography

2005 Mel Gooding, Patrick Hayman: Visionary Artist, Belgrave Gallery
1982 'Patrick Hayman, Lovers Like Mice', 'Poetry London', Apple Magazine No2, edited by Tambimuttu
1979 Duane MacMillan. Art and History, Patrick Hayman, Arts West. Canada
1977 Peter Millard. Patrick Hayman, 'Arts Manitoba.' Canada
1974 Basil Dowling. Patrick Hayman: painter and poet, Landfall. Caxton Press, Christchurch, New Zealand
Autumn 1974 Patrick Hayman. A painter's reflections, The Jewish Quarterly
1973 Whitechapel Art Gallery, Patrick Hayman, Recent Work. Exhib. Cat. Introd. Richard Demarco
1962 Sail Loft Gallery, St Ives, 'Patrick Hayman.' Exhib. Cat. Introd. Peter Lanyon
1959-60 Winter. Patrick Hayman. A painter's notes, 'The Painter and Sculptor'
1954 Gallery One. Patrick Hayman. Exhib. Cat. Introd. Patrick Heron