Anne Rothenstein’s distinctive and atmospheric paintings subtly combine sophistication with innocence. Born in 1949, Rothenstein comes from a family of artists and creators – a background which has also obviously informed and influenced her work.
She grew up in the community of artists in the Essex village of Great Bardfield: her father was the late Michael Rothenstein, the print-maker, and her mother is Duffy Ayres the painter. Her grandfather was William Rothenstein who ran the Royal College of Art and served as an official British war artist. Her uncle, John was a Director of the Tate Gallery, and her brother, Julian, is a designer and founder of the Redstone Press.
After working for ten years as an actor, Rothenstein has been painting full-time since 1982 and for the last two years has regularly designed covers for the London Review of Books.
2019 Beaux Arts London
2017 Beaux Arts London
2016 Beaux Arts London
2009 England & Co London
2005 England & Co London
2003 England & Co London
2001 England & Co London
1997 Montpelier Studio London
1995 Montpelier Studio London
1993 Montpelier Studio London
1991 Montpelier Studio London
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Royal West of England Academy – Elected RWA
London Art Fairs BDC Islington & Royal College of Art
Cadogan Contemporary London
Six Chapel Row Contemporary Bath
Fry Gallery Saffron Walden
Fry Gallery Annual Exhibition
Rosanna Wilson Stephens London
Pushkin House joint show with Irina Zatulovskya