UNTITLED ABSTRACT - FEB 1973. Painter, muralist, sculptor and ceramist, born in London where he died, his full name being Newton Haydn Stubbing. Was educated at Uppingham School, where he gained his first art prize. After a Newfoundland ornithology expedition, with Royal Geographical Society, in 1938, Stubbing was in the Army, 1939-47, including a period in Iceland, where he painted influenced by the local artist Kjarval.
During 1946-7 studied in evening at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, his teachers including Coldstream, Johnstone and Pasmore. Stubbing was in Spain from 1947, becoming a founder-member of School of Altamira, studied sculpture and ceramics and from 1951 developed his distinctive hand-print pictures, inspired by cave paintings. In the mid-1950s designed for Marquis de Cuevas Ballet Company, moving in 1957 to Paris where he mingled with advanced artists, in the early 1960s settling in New York where he produced single-colour Minimalist works.
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