Vincent Black (b. 1975) is a British-born artist who works in London.

Since his graduation from Byam Shaw School in 2000, his paintings have been shown extensively in London and across the UK.
Vincent’s paintings are delicate and skilled, yet they portray deep personal emotions as he takes the viewer into hazy constructed worlds of solitary figures and vast desolate landscapes. With nowhere to hide, the viewer is transported into a world of fragility and uncertainty.

Education:

1997 – 2000 
Byam Shaw Shool of Art BA Hons. in Fine Art

1996 – 1997
Kensington and Chelsea College Portfolio Building course

1995
Camberwell School of Art Foundation course

1994
Swindon College of Art Foundation course

Selected Exhibitions:

2013
50 Artists/50 Years, Mall Galleries, London, England
Out There, Tabernacle Gallery, London, England

2010 – 2012
Open Studios Great Western Studios, London, England

2009 
BIG DEAL, Group exhibition Camden Lock, London, England

2008 
Open Studio – residence Queens Park, London, England

2007 
Art London, Artist Liberation Front, London, England

2006 
Monsoon Colours, Indian High Commission, London, England

2005 
Out of the Blue, Flextech Television, London, England

2004 
Warriors and landscapes, Sheridan Russel Gallery, London, England

2003
Discerning Eye, Mall Galleries, London, England
Royal West of England Academy Bristol, Somerset, UK

2002 
Dorset Art Week, Group exhibition Shaftesbury, Dorset, UK

2001 
Three Colours Black, David Black Gallery, London, England

Public Collections:

St. Mary’s Hospital, London, England