Lot 30 - Jim Threapleton  - Stout
Lot 30 - Jim Threapleton  - Stout
Lot 30 - Jim Threapleton  - Stout

Lot 30 - Jim Threapleton - Stout

Oil on vintage cabinet card


A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Art on a Postcard



Jim Threapleton (b. 1973) is a painter and filmmaker working in Vancouver and London. He studied History of Art at Manchester University. In 2008 his BIFA nominated debut feature film, Extraordinary Rendition premiered in competition at the Edinburgh and Locarno International Film Festivals. He completed his MA in 2010 and was awarded his doctorate in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art in 2016. His work is held in private collections and he has exhibited internationally, including shows at the Courtauld, London, the Institute of Contemporary Art, Singapore and Carles Taché Gallery, Barcelona. 



PhD Fine Art, Chelsea College of Art, London 

MA Fine Art Camberwell College of Art London 

BA History of Art Manchester University 


Solo Shows 


Lorem Ipsum, No. 20 Arts, London, UK 


Mutiny, No. 20 Arts, London, UK 


WAC Prize Exhibition, Wells, UK 


Memories of the Hunt: Paintings and Prints, Serena Morton, London, UK 


Group Shows 


Abstraction Now, The Cornhall, Diss, UK 


Summer Show, No. 20 Arts, London, UK 


Enemy, Jim Threapleton, Phil Hale, No. 20 Arts, London, UK 

Ceremony, Carles Tache Art, Barcelona 

Ceremony, No. 20 Arts, London, UK 

Morphosis, West Contemporary, London, UK 


AP42 Impression, Contemporary Printmaker Exchange, Macau 


Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork 

“Romanticism. Abstract gesture. Improvisation. I like the way paint moves, literally and as subjective experience.” 

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