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Born in Kent, 1934. Lives and works in Kent.

1979 –1981
Royal College of Art, London
1952 – 1956
Folkestone and Dover School of Art


Rose Wylie, Thomas Erben, New York, Jan 2015
Rose Wylie, Paradis, Copenhagen
Rose Wylie, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Dublin
Rose Wylie, Städtische Galerie, Wolfsburg, October 2014
Rose Wylie, Vous Etez Ici, Amsterdam, May 2014
Rose Wylie, Zieher Smith, New York

Rose Wylie, What Means Something, Choi&Lager Gallerie, Cologne

BP Spotlight: Rose Wylie, Tate Britain, London

Rose Wylie - Henry, Thomas, Keith & Jack, UNION Gallery, London

Woof-Woof. Haugar Museum, Tonsberg, Norway, catalogue Skira, essay by Tone Lyngstad Nyaas, Jennifer Higgie: Rose Wylie interviewed by Jeff McMillan.
Rose Wylie: Works on Paper. Michael Janseen Gallery, Berlin

After Daphne. Rosenward Wolf Gallery, University of the Arts, Philadelphia
Big Boys Sit in the Front. Catalogue Jerwood Gallery, Hastings, catalogue essays by Phoebe Hoban, Katie Kitamura
Rosemount. Catalogue texts by Jonathan Meese & Tom Morton, Regina Gallery, Moscow
Rose Wylie One Painting and Six Works on Paper. Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam
Picture on the wall... Catalogue intro by Katie Kitamura, Michael Janssen Gallery, Berlin
What with What. Catalogue intro by Luke Gottelier, Thomas Erben Gallery, New York
Film Notes. Catalogue intro by Martin Herbert, Union Gallery, London
Rose Wylie. And Video with Savannah Miller in association with NMWA Washington DC and Union Gallery, at Twenty8Twelve, London
Wear What You Like. Text by Emma Dexter, Transition Gallery, London
Rose Wylie Paintings. Accompanying catalogue: Some Drawing 1985-2005. Union Gallery, London

Fosterart. Leann Barber, London
Room Project, Twink & Ivy. Catalogue essay by Roy Exley, Trinity Theatre, Tunbridge Wells, UK
Lined Paper Paintings. Catalogue essay by Jill Lloyd, opened by Sacha Craddock,
Stephen Lacey Gallery, London
Red Legs & Other Paintings. Opened by Isobel Johnstone, Abbotsbury Studios, Abbotsbury, UK
Likeness in the Unlikeness. Catalogue essay by Mel Gooding, Reed’s Wharf Gallery (Stephen Lacey), London
Rose Wylie Paintings and Drawings. Trinity Arts Centre, Tunbridge Wells, UK

Group Show, Nunu Fine Art, Taipei June 2014
John Moores Painting Prize 2014, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, July 2014
5Painters, curated by Jason Stopa, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana, Summer
Old Tin Cutlery Before the Invention of the Fork, Breese Little, London, Jan 2014
London Art Fair. UNION Gallery, London
Characters: Portraits and People from the Arts Council Collection. The Holburne Museum, Roper Gallery, Bath
2Q13 Women Artists- Women Collectors. Curated by Marcelle Joseph and Lydia Cowpertwait, Lloyds Club, London
Recent British Painting. Curated and catalogue text by Tom Morton, Grimm Gallery, Amsterdam
Miami Art Fair. Michael Janseen Gallery, Berlin
Jonathan Meese, Peter Strauss & Rose Wylie. Ritter Zamet Gallery, London
Frieze Art Fair. NYC. Regina Gallery, London/Moscow
The Armory Show, NYC, Regina Gallery, London/Moscow
Miami Art Fair. Regina Gallery, London/Moscow
Solo – Basle Art Fair. Union Gallery, London
15 Years Thomas Erben Gallery. Thomas Erben Gallery, New York
Drawing 2011. The Drawing Room, London
Evan Holloway Rose Wylie. 2 person exhibition, The Approach, London
NADA Art Fair, Miami. Thomas Erben Gallery, New York
In Dreams. (Work on paper) curated by Emma Dexter, Timothy Taylor Gallery, London
Animated Matter. (Work on paper) Thomas Erben Gallery, New York
Women to Watch. (Selected UK representative) National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC
Bart Wells Boutique. (Curated by Luke Gottelier, Frances Uprichard), 235 Brompton Road, London
Women to Wach. Final UK shortlist of 5 (Selectors: Sarah Elson, Sheena Wagstaff) for NMWA Museum, Washington DC, at Christie’s, London
Turner Contemporary Open (Selectors: Martin Clark; Laura Ford; Sarah Martin & Hilde Teerlinck), Turner Contemporary, Margate, UK
Rubbernecking. 3 person exhibition with Philip Allen, curated by Jake Clark, Transition Gallery, London
Drawing 2009. (Nominated by Cornelia Parker) The Drawing Room, London
Swans Reflecting Elephants. 3 person exhibition, Kate MacGarry Gallery, London
EAST International. (Selectors: Matthew Higgs and Marc Camille Chaimowicz), text by Lynda Morris, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK
Multiple Discipline. Monograph Rose Wylie: Some More Drawing. Text by Lynda Morris, Union Gallery, London
Painted Ladies (Curated by Eleanor Moreton), The Surgery, London
Central Line: An exhibition of selected drawings. (Curated by Deanna Pethebridge) Pittshanger Manor Museum, Ealing, London
One love, The Football Art Prize. (Selectors inc. Sacha Craddock, Mark Wallinger, James Lingwood) The Lowry, Salford, UK
Roy Oxlade and Rose Wylie: Paintings. 2 person (2004-2006), Rutherford College, University of Kent, UK
EAST International. (Selectors, Neo Rauch & Gerd Harry Lybke), catalogue essay on Rose Wylie by Pablo Lafuente, Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK
Jerwood Drawing Prize. Jerwood Gallery, London & touring
Mostyn 13. (Selectors: Martin Barlow, Laura Ford and David Thorp), Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno, Wales
PizzaExpress Prospects. Essor gallery project space, London
Reverse Engineering. ( Curated by Jeff McMillan), Pearl, London
As it Seems. (Curated by Roy Oxlade & Paul McKee), Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum, Cheltenham, UK
...not enough British Art. (Curated by Victor de Circasia), VELAN, Turin
Give and Take, Jerwood Gallery, London
The Jerwood Painting Prize. ( Selectors: Iwona Blaswick, Charles Esche, Dr.Patricia Morrison, Brian Robertson, Dr. Raymond Stecker), catalogue text by Judith Bumpus, Lethaby Galleries, Central St. Martin’s College of Art & Design, London
Seattle Art Fair

EAST International. (Selectors, Rudi Fuch, Jan Dibbets), Norwich Gallery, Norwich, UK
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
John Moores 17. Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool
Women & Water. (Curated by Alice Jackson), Odette Gilbert Gallery, London,
Hayward Annual: British Drawing. Hayward Gallery, London


Tate Britain

National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington DC

Jerwood Foundation

Arts Council of England 

Deal, Dallas, USA

Norwich Gallery

Railtrack, London

Royal College of Art, London, Print Collection

University College, Oxford, JCR

Contemporary Art Society, London

York City Art Gallery


John Moores Painting Prize - Shortlisted
Paul Hamlyn Award for Visual Art
EAST INTERNATIONAL print commission
Interiors, Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne, joint first prize
Wollaston Award 1999 - Shortlisted
The Dupree Award, Royal Academy of Arts
Paul Hamlyn Award, Nominated
Jerwood Painting Prize - Shortlisted
The British Art Show 4 - Considered

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