Goldman-Schwartz Art Studios, 108
DegreesYale University, M.F.A.
Birmingham College of Art & Design, Diploma
ExpertisePainting and Drawing.
ProfileAn artist whose work is specifically painting which is primarily non-representational with a deep concern for the human condition and the human figure which remains at the heart of his visual world. Recipient of numerous awards; The Guggenheim, TheNational Endowment in the Arts, The Tiffany Foundation and The Leonard Bernstein Award (Brandeis University)
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Awards and Honors
Distinguished Arts at Brandeis, Faculty Award. (2007)
Guggenheim Foundation Fellowship (1996)
National Endowment for the Arts Visual Artists Fellowship (1992)
American Council of Learned Societies Fellowship (1990)
Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation Grant (1986 - 1987)
Fellow in Painting, Massachusetts Artists Fellowship Program (1982)
Sixth International Print Biennale Prize, Etching by a British Artist (1979)
Ford Foundation Award. Individual Project, Yale University (1977)
Artists' Award, The Yorkshire Arts Council, England (1975)
Painters' Award, The Arts Council of Great Britain (1975)
Campbell,Graham B. Exhibitions. 2003.
Campbell,Graham B. Works in several private collections. 2003.
Campbell,Graham B. Painting, Touchstone, NY. 1981.
Campbell,Graham B. Invitation, New York Studio School. 1980.
Campbell,Graham B. Sixth International Print Biennale, England (prize winner). 1979.
Campbell,Graham B. Drawings, Victoria School of Art, Australia. 1978.
Campbell,Graham B. John Moores' Number Eight. 1974. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, England.
Campbell,Graham B. One Man Show. 1972. Mappin Art Gallery; Sheffield