Born in 1934, Ian Stephenson studied Fine Art at Kings College, Durham. Following graduation, his first exhibition was held at the New Vision Centre in London in 1958 followed by a solo show at The New Art Centre in 1962.
Ian returned to Durham to take up a teaching post alongside fellow artists Richard Hamilton and Victor Pasmore.
Regarded foremost as a leading abstract artist, Ian Stephenson became latterly known for his dot or droplet paintings in a multitude of colours and was accepted as a full Royal Academician (RA).
Works by Ian Stephenson are held in many prestigious public and private art collections, including the Tate, London. Ian died aged sixty six in August 2000.
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