The work of the late actor-turned-sculptor Anthony Quinn will be exhibited at Morton’s Club from 2-30 November. The exhibition will allow non-members of the reassuringly discreet private members’
club in Mayfair to take a peek behind its heavy door and spend some time soaking up the atmosphere.
Quinn, who died in 2001, is best known for his 60-year acting career, but during this time, he dedicated his spare time to painting and sculpting. Although he painted and sculpted from the age of
six, it wasn’t until the 1980s that Quinn’s talent was discovered by gallery owners, and a secondary career as an artist began. His work has since been exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Paris and
Mexico City; this will be the first time his work has been exhibited in London.
Entry to the exhibition is free. Various original works by the artist will be on sale, with part of the proceeds donated to the Anthony Quinn Foundation Scholarship Fund, a non-profit organisation
that promotes art.
For details of the exhibition and to arrange a private viewing, contact Morton’s on 020 7499 0363 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.