Leon Underwood, Mexican Water Carrier, 1930,wood-engraving Private collection © The Estate of Leon Underwood
"his extraordinary achievement deserves widespread recognition."
Andrew Lambirth for The Telegraph (Review)
"This exhibition proves that Leon Underwood was so much more than simply the man who taught Henry Moore"
Alastair Smart for The Telegraph (Review)
"A radical influence on some of the most important modern British artists who were his students, including Barbara Hepworth, Henry Moore and Eileen Agar, but has not received the recognition he so clearly deserves."
Simon Martin, Artistic Director at Pallant House Gallery
for Apollo magazine (Preview)
"The threads and relationships which unite artists and influences within the 20th century Modern British Art Movement are revealed anew in this rich exhibition."
"No artist of his generation has been so little honoured and indeed so neglected"
"This exhibition makes an important contribution to the understanding of Underwood’s oeuvre, re-establishing his position at the forefront of artistic modernity in Britain in the 20th century."
Wall Street Journal (Preview)
Art Quarterly (Preview with slideshow)