Rose Wylie: After Daphne

Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery

Rose Wylie is an English septuagenarian painter whose theatrical and expressionist canvases have recently gained critical acclaim. Wylie often takes ideas from recent film stills and art history and has been influenced by artists as diverse as Philip Guston and Jean-Michel Basquiat. She was selected to represent the United Kingdom at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., exhibition "Women to Watch 2010."

Recent exhibitions: Thomas Erben, NY (2010); Timothy Taylor, London (2010); Turner Contemporary Open, U.K. (2009); Kate Mac Garry, London (2008); Transition Gallery, London (2008); EAST International, Norwich Gallery, Norwich (2007).

Recent solo exhibitions include Michael Janssen Berlin (2011) and Regina, Moscow (2012). Wylie is represented in the U.S. by Thomas Erben Gallery and in London by Union Gallery.

Opening Reception: Friday October 5, 5 - 7:30 p.m.

Above: "Princess with Earring," 1997.

Anderson Hall
333 South Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19102
United States

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