Adrian Heath (1920-1992) was the pioneer of Abstractionism in post-war Britain. Born in Burma, he studied art under Stanhord Forbes and at the Slade school of fine art. His paintings focused on the British abstract and semi-abstract styles. Heath helped organise the first post-war abstract art showing in Britain at the AIA gallery in 1951. In his later years, Heath taught art at universities and he continued to paint right up until his death in 1992. Many of Heath's works are untitled or just called a composition.
Adrian Heath's artwork is represented in collections all over the world, including the Tate, British Museum, and the Brooklyn Museum in New York.
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