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Trevelyan’s first solo exhibition was at the Lefevre Gallery in 1937.
His work has been exhibited at Waddington Galleries (commissioned a series of etchings), New Grafton Gallery, Bohun Gallery, River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames, the Bloomsbury Gallery, Messum’s, the New Burlington Galleries in London, and Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, among other places.
In 1998, a major Retrospective ‘Julian Trevelyan:The Imaginative Impulse was held at the Royal College of Art which subsequently toured to Royal West of England Academy, Bristol; Laing Gallery Newcastle, and Mercer Art Gallery, Harrogate with accompanying catalogue published by Bohun.
Catalogue Raisonne of Prints edited by Silvie Turner launched at Royal Academy. ‘Julian Trevelyan Retrospective of Etchings’ at Bohun Gallery with opening of River & Rowing Museum mounting ‘Julian Trevelyan: River Thames Etchings’.
To celebrate the centenary of his birth, an exhibition of his prints was held at Pallant House Gallery in Chichester from 10 May to 13 June 2010.
Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames, handle the artist’s estate, and stages regular exhibitions of his paintings and etchings.
105 of his artworks are now held in the collection of the Tate Gallery.
Trevelyan recorded some of his experiences in his book Indigo days, MacGibbon and Kee, London, 1957.
Bohun Gallery, Henley on Thames held a major retrospective of the artist’s work ‘Julian Trevelyan: Picture Language’ 23 April – 1 June 2013, which included previously unseen paintings and etchings. The exhibition launched the new monograph on Julian Trevelyan, written by his son Philip Trevelyan.