Molly Parkin

United Kingdom

Abstract Figurative Contemporary
Abstract Figurative Contemporary

"MOLLY PARKIN IS THE PAINTER FROM WALES WHOSE ART HAS BECOME THE FINAL FLAMBOYANCE OF A VERY COLOURFUL LIFE."-BBC

A modern icon, Molly Parkin, was one of Andy Warhol’s contemporaries in New York City and formed part of the ‘swinging 60s’ London movement. She was a Fashion Editor for some of the most iconic magazines from the 60s ranging from Vogue and Harpers & Queen, through to The Sunday Times Nova magazine, going on to win ‘Fashion Editor of the Year’ in 1971. ​ The Queen awarded her a Civil List Pension for her services to the arts. Her work has been recognised and exhibited in the National Portrait Gallery, New York Art Galleries and Liberty’s window London, over the years. Molly’s new collection is exclusive to the 508; There are over 25 hand-signed limited edition acidic prints available, based on original paintings from swinging 60’s to 2017.

Galleries Showing Molly Parkin’s Work

Artwork by Molly Parkin