Gordon King




Gordon King was born on the 6th June, 1939 in London. and spent the war years in Fife. Scotland. the home of his father. After the war the family returned to England anti settled in Reading. He studied life drawing and painting at Reading University Art School. and later trained as an illustrator at Carlton Studios. At 22 he became freelance, working for major magazines and advertising agencies, illustrating books and developing his portraits and paintings. In 1966 he moved to a studio in a Buckinghamshire village. Gordon King has had numerous one-man exhibitions and regularly exhibits at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. He is now regarded as one of the country’s finest contemporary watercolourists. Many galleries throughout Britain, the USA and Europe exhibit his paintings and in doing so they satisfy the increasing demand from many international collectors. He specialises in figurative work, portraiture and sporting subjects.


“The Girl in Blue” (watercolour 50x71cm)
“In my studio corner”. Watercolour 51x36cm
“Reverie”. Watercolour 51x71cm

Girls by the Harbour Pier Wall. Charcoal
“Girl by the Window” (mixed media)
Gordon King - "Secrets", Limited Edition of Print, signed
“Secrets”. Limited edition lithograph print
“Best Friends”. Lithograph Print
Seated Nude. Limited edition lithograph print