Artist’s home and studio in Charlotte Street is given protected status

Front of building.

A building containing the former family home of artist and designer couple Adrian and Corinne Heath and the studio of modernist artist Birgit Skiöld has been listed as a heritage asset because of its architectural and cultural value. Historic England has given Grade II listed status to the building at 28 Charlotte Street because it holds …

Exhibition of paintings by Adrian Heath at Chelsea gallery

Adrian Heath standing in studio with buildings in background.

An exhibition of paintings by the artist Adrian Heath will open at a Chelsea gallery next week and will contain works spanning five decades. Heath (1920-1992) was a major figure in the development of abstract art in England during the forties and a key proponent of Constructivism. With his wife Corrinne their home at Fitzroy Street and …

Adrian Heath: political conservative, artistic radical

Adrian Heath, by Jane Rye. Published by Lund Humphries Reviewed by Max Neufeld The publication of this copiously illustrated monograph on Adrian Heath (1920-1992) is an important event. It recognises and describes Adrian’s major, but still neglected, role in post war British Art. After finding his feet following three years as a prisoner of war, …