Keith St. Clair Butler’s recent article on Leslie Morgan’s painting Misidentificiation “IDENTIFYING MISIDENTIFICATION: THE POLITICS IN THE PAINTING BY THE ANGLO-INDIAN ARTIST LESLIE MORGAN” can be found at: http://www.international-journal-of-anglo-indian-studies.org/index.php/IJAIS/article/view/210/199
It is with great sadness that I have to announce the passing of Leslie Morgan on 24 March 2017, in Melbourne. Leslie’s painting was his passion, and his work has very recently been acknowledged as an important contribution to late 20th century and early 21st century English and Australian art. He will be very much missed as a much loved son, brother, father, partner and friend. However, it is our hope that his spirit and commitment to all forms of justice will live on through his personal and artistic legacy, which is enormous.
For further information and contact regarding his work and forthcoming exhibitions, please email Lynda Chapple: email@example.com.
The Tate Modern in London has acquired The Thorn in the Crown (1984), Study for Soccer Pitch Invasion (1983) and Study for Shooting (1983).
The Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art has acquired The entry of Christ into Brisbane (2005) and With the Boss (2003).
I have scanned some early paintings from 35mm slides-they can be viewed on the following link.
Classroom, 1976, oil on board
new works post UK residency can be viewed through the link
I am showing some of the works I showed in Fremantle in 2014 along with a couple of others, including a Pauline Hanson painting at the Foundling Archive’s inaugural exhibition. I would love to see you all. Les