Tim Stoner

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Tim Stoner (born 1970 in Essex) is an English painter. Growing up in London, he attended Leyton Sixth Form College.[ citation needed ] He trained at the Norwich School of Art & Design 1989–92, the Royal College of Art, London (where in 1994 he graduated with an MA in Painting), and the Rijksakademie Van Beeldende Kunsten (Royal Academy of Visual Arts) in Amsterdam 1997–98. He won the Beck's Futures art award in 2001, [1] and worked at the British School at Rome during the same year. [2]

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References

  1. Mar, Alex (2 January 2003). "Tim Stoner". Frieze.
  2. Painter wins top ICA prize, Dalya Alberge, The Times, London, April 11, 2001