Exhibitions

EXHIBITION HISTORY  (1906 to date)

                         INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS
  • 1906 – London.    The Baillie Gallery : 34 watercolours

  • 1908 – London.    Leicester Gallery : 70 paintings (watercolours of Venice
    and Dordrecht, Holland, and an album of 50 sketches)

  • 1910 – London.    Leicester Gallery : Watercolours of Venice, Lugano, Menaggio and Como.

  • 1912 – London.    Walker’s Art Gallery : 78 watercolours of the Italian Riviera and
    Parisian street scenes painted between 1908 and 1911.

  • 1914 – London.    Walker’s Art Gallery : Exhibition of watercolours entitled :
    Sunlight on the Ruins of Rome and other studies in Italy, England and Wales. 

  • 1918 – Madrid.    Palace Hotel : 47 watercolours.

  • 1919 – Cordoba.    Circulo de la Amistad : Exhibition of watercolours.

  • 1924 – Buenos Aires.    Van Riel Gallery : watercolour landscapes and pictures of characters from Granada.

  • 1928 – Madrid.    Circulo de Bellas Artes : 41 watercolours.

  • 1932 – Granada.    Casino Cultural : 35 paintings (6 oils and 29 watercolours).

  • 1940 – Tangier.    Salón  de Actos del Grupo Escolar  “José Antonio”, sponsored by the Legación de España :
    90 paintings (29 oils and 61 watercolours and sketches).

  • 1944 – Tangier.    Salones del Hotel Minzah, sponsored by the British Consulate in Tangiers :
    52 watercolours, oils and drawings.

  • 1944 – Madrid.    Circulo de Bellas Artes : oils and watercolours.

  • 1949 – Tangier.    The Spanish Library : 33 oils and drawings.

  • 1951 – Madrid.    Circulo de Bellas Artes : 52 oils, 12 watercolours and 7 drawings.

  • 1951 – Malaga.    Sociedad Económica de Amigos del Pais : 56 oils, watercolours and drawings.

  • 1952 – Tangier.    Salones del Nuevo Club : 29 oils, watercolours, gouaches and drawings.

  • 1955 – Barcelona.    Grifé and Escoda Art Galleries : 63 works (32 oils, 21 watercolours and 10 drawings).

  • 1955 – Granada.    Centro Artistico, sponsored by the Town Hall of Granada, 14 oils and 3 watercolours.

  • 1957 – Tangiers.    Hotel Rembrandt : 30 oils and 14 watercolours.

  • 1957 – Granada.    Centro Artistico : 18 oils, 14 watercolours and 9 drawings.

    COLLECTIVE EXHIBITIONS 
  • 1905 – London.    “Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts” :
    Oil painting    ‘ February Landscape ‘.

  • 1906 – London.    Royal Academy :  Watercolour    ‘ Ruins of the Amphitheatre, Pompeii ‘ .

  • 1907 – London.    Royal Academy :    Oil painting    ‘ Mountain Landscape, Switzerland ‘ .
    Watercolour    ‘ Dawn from Diva ‘ .

  • 1909 – Royal Academy :    Large watercolour of his wife ‘ Hilda ‘ .

  • 1912 – London.    The London Sketch Club.

  • 1912 – Alassio.

  • 1912 – Manchester.    The National Temperance Bazaar.

  • 1912 – Watford.    C. A. Solomons.

  • 1913 – Paris.    Salon : Watercolour    ‘ St.  Mark’s Basilica, Venice ‘ .

  • 1913 – Venice.    International Biennial : Two watercolours    ‘ The Forum ‘  and  ‘ Rome ‘ .

  • 1913 – London.    Royal Academy : Watercolour    ‘ Trees near High Force ‘ .

  • 1913 – London.    “Exhibition of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour” :
    Watercolour    ‘ Titus Archway, Rome ‘ .

  • 1914 – London.    Royal Academy : Watercolour    ‘ A River in Wales ‘ .

  • 1914 – Venice.    International Biennial : Watercolour    ‘ Roman Forum ‘ .

  • 1915 – London.    Royal Academy : Watercolour    ‘ Alcantara Bridge, Toledo ‘ .

  • 1915 – London.    Royal Institute : Two watercolours    ‘ Pan Spying on the Nymphs ‘  and  ‘ Playmates ‘ .

  • 1916 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ The Death of Procris ‘ .

  • 1916 – London.    Royal Academy : Oil painting    ‘ A Dancer in Ancient Egypt ‘  and  ‘ Self-Portrait ‘ .

  • 1917 – Granada.    Exhibition of the Centro Artistico sponsored by the Town Hall.
    He won first prize with the watercolour    ‘ The Rose ‘ .

  • 1918 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ The Rose ‘ .

  • 1919 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ The Court of the Orange Trees ‘ .

  • 1920 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ The Rose ‘  under the title ‘ September Roses ‘ .

  • 1921 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolours    ‘ Cinderella ‘‘ The Bull’s Fountain ‘  and  ‘ A Square in Cadiz ‘ .

  • 1922 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolours    ‘ Descent from the Cross ‘ (also entitled  Pietà ),
    ‘ A Street in Granada ‘  and  ‘ Gipsy Woman with a Carnation ‘ .

  • 1924 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ Star of Andalusia ‘ .

  • 1925 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolours    ‘ Rosario ‘  and  ‘ Gipsy Girl ‘ .

  • 1927 – London.    Royal Academy : Watercolour    ‘ La Chata ‘ .

  • 1927 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ Concha,  The Gipsy Woman ‘ .

  • 1928 – London.    Royal Academy : Watercolour    ‘ Talavera ‘ .

  • 1928 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolours    ‘Carnation-Seller ‘  and  ‘Girl from Granada ‘ .

  • 1928 – Paris.    Salon.

  • 1928 – Liverpool.    Walker’s Art Gallery.

  • 1929 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolours    ‘ Autumn ‘  and  ‘The Spirit of the Guitar ‘ .

  • 1929 – Madrid.    National Library : Salón de Amigos del Arte.    Exhibition in homage to the brothers
    Serafin and Joaquin Álvarez Quintero.    Artistic representations (painting and sculpture) of their plays.
    Apperley presented a watercolour entitled ‘ Charito ‘  based on a character from ‘ Las Flores ‘ .

  • 1929 – Granada.    Casa de los Tiros : Regional Fine Arts’ Exhibition.

  • 1930 – Paris.    Salon : Watercolour    ‘ The Spirit of the Guitar ‘  .

  • 1930 – Liverpool.    Walker’s Art Gallery.

  • 1930 – London.    Royal Institute : Two watercolours    ‘ Andalusian Venus  and  ‘ Enriqueta ‘  .

  • 1931 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ Arab Beggar (Mohammed) ‘  .

  • 1932 – Madrid.    National Fine Arts’ Exhibition : Two oils    ‘ The Water Well ‘   and  ‘ Girl from Granada ‘  .

  • 1934 – Madrid.    National Fine Arts’ Exhibition : Oil    ‘ Young Girl in the Generalife ‘  .

  • 1935 – Gibraltar.    Stock Exchange Rooms.

  • 1936 – Madrid.    National Fine Arts’ Exhibition.

  • 1953 – London.    Royal Institute.

  • 1954 – London.    Royal Institute : Watercolour    ‘ Self-Portrait ‘  .

  • 1957 – Sheffield Art Gallery.    Joint Exhibition of  ‘ Members of the Royal Academy ‘ .

  • 1958 – London.    Royal Institute.

  • 1960 – London.    Royal Institute.

     POSTHUMOUS EXHIBITIONS

  • 1976 – Granada.    Centro Artistico : An anthology of his work.    24 oils and 17 watercolours.

  • 1977 – Bushey.    Church House.

  • 1978 – London.    Belgrave Gallery.

  • 1980 – Hemel Hempstead.    Abbey Antiques and Arts.

  • 1982 – Madrid.    Circulo de Bellas Artes : Anthology of Apperley’s work.    45 watercolours.

  • 1983 – Seville.    Salón de Actos of the Banco Occidental.

  • 1983 – Granada.    Salón Boabdil,  Hotel Meliá : 26 oils and 21 watercolours.

  • 1984 – Madrid.    Heller Gallery : 20 oils,  30 watercolours and 1 drawing.

  • 1985 – Granada.    Art Gallery,  Caja Rural of Granada : 24 oils and 15 watercolours.

  • 1986 – Granada.    Art Gallery,  Caja Rural of Granada : 1 oil,  29 watercolours and 22 drawings.

  • 1987 – Bushey Museum Trust.    10  oils,  64 watercolours and 12 drawings.

  • 1987 – Watford Museum.

  • 1987 – Motril.    Art Gallery,  Caja Rural of Granada : 12 oils and 11 watercolours.

  • 1988 – Madrid.    Heller Gallery :  Oils,  watercolours and drawings.

  • 1988 – Granada.    Art Gallery,  Caja Rural of Granada : 20  oils and 6 watercolours.

  • 1988 – London.    Abbott and Holder.

  • 1988 – Madrid.    Sammer Galleries.  Great Exhibition of Twentieth-Century Watercolour Artists.
    Two paintings by Apperley :     ‘ Rose from Granada ‘   and  ‘ Seascape ‘  .

  • 1993 – Granada.    Art Gallery,  Caja Rural of Granada :    22 oils,  14 watercolours and 15 drawings.

  • 1995 – Granada.    Art Gallery,  Caja Rural of Granada :    31 oils,  15 watercolours and 12 drawings.

  • 2000 – Granada.    Art Gallery,  Caja Rural of Granada :    14 oils,  13 watercolours and 13 drawings.

  • 2001 – Granada.    Pro Art Gallery.     

  • 2005 – Granada.    Pro Art Gallery.     

  • 2011 – Leeds.    Lotherton Hall, Aberford.

  • 22.03.2013 – 31.01.2015 – Lotherton Hall, Aberford, Leeds.

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