Projects, publications and exhibitions showing John's work.
The Illustrators 2020
3 November 2020 - 2 January 2021
A selection of John's unique, beautifully painted cartoons were exhibited at Chris Beetles Gallery as part of their fine annual exhibition, with over 300 illustrations and cartoons covering the last two centuries.
Chris Beetles Gallery
8 & 10 Ryder Street, London SW1Y 6QB
telephone: 0207 839 7551
Left: Cartoon detail, The Spectator, 1992.
"John Glashan's paintings are as funny as they are beautiful. I will say that again. John Glashan's cartoons are as beautiful as they are funny. Two, in fact, for the price of one"
The Illustrators 2019
16 November 2019 - 4 January 2020
A wonderful selection of John's watercolour cartoons for Punch magazine were exhibited at Chris Beetles Gallery as part of their fine annual exhibition for cartoon and illustration collectors: The Illustrators: The British Art of Illustration 1865-2019.
If you would like to view or purchase originals of John's work and an illustrated 204 page catalogue, please contact Chris Beetles Gallery.
Left: Cover for Punch, 1997 © John Glashan
THE ILLUSTRATORS 2018
17 November 2018 - 5 January 2019
A selection of John's wonderfully original cartoons created for The Spectator magazine were shown at Chris Beetles Gallery as part of their exhibition: The Illustrators: The British Art of Illustration 1900-2018.
If you would like to view or purchase originals of John's work and a catalogue, please contact Chris Beetles Gallery.
Left: Cartoon detail, The Spectator, 1997
The Illustrators 2017
18 November 2017 - 6 January 2018
Chris Beetles Gallery showed a fine selection of John's cartoons from his series Genius, created for the Observer magazine, as part of their fine exhibition: The Illustrators: The British Art of Illustration 1880-2017.
Left: Detail from an episode of Genius, 1980
Parliamentary art collection
The House of Lords Works of Art Committee has selected John's watercolour painting of Peers Chamber, House of Lords (left) for their 2016 Christmas Card.
Private Eye: The First 50 Years
18 October 2011 - 8 January 2012
A wonderful display celebrating 50 years of Private Eye magazine and Private Eye cartoonists. The Victoria and Albert Museum Studio Gallery, London. Photo left: Exhibition view © Victoria and Albert Museum.
The Someday Funnies
Book publication: The Someday Funnies edited by Michel Choquette, published by Abrams comic arts. A large and varied book of comics.
Being a Scot
Book publication: Being a Scot by Sean Connery and Murray Grigor.
Originally published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson, London (2008).