Adrian George (1944–)
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Adrian George | Royal College of Art
Adrian George was born in 1944 in Cirencester, Gloucestershire England, and studied art at Harrow School of Art and the Royal College of Art. His work was exhibited for the first time in 1967 in a group exhibition in New York, and later that year in London. In 1970, George's paintings were part of a group exhibition in Tokyo. His first one-man-show was at the Motif Gallery in London in 1973. He has made prints for Christie's and the Royal Academy, and has contributed to various magazines and newspapers, including The Times, the Sunday Times, Harpers and the New York Times. One of George's most beautiful works was his exquisite stamp designs for the British Post Office in 1982, featuring pastel drawings of theater stamps. The stamp series -- called The Costume Party -- won two top international first prizes.
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