Adam Neate is a self-taught British artist whose abstract style and composition have made his original artworks and limited editions prints some of the most sought after pieces of the 21st century.
At the start of his career, Adam Neate found early fame as a street artist, leaving paintings (painted on cardboard) on the streets of London to be found. Since his humble beginnings in low-key urban art, the artist now has work in 28 collections around the world. Likened to an urban, modern day Pablo Picasso, Neate has developed his own language of ‘Dimensional Painting’, which urges the viewer to take in all the dimensions, angles and levels of his artwork. This distinctive language and technical expertise has won Neate acknowledgements from The Tate, National Portrait Gallery and The National Gallery, and made collectors and celebrities clamor for his original works and limited edition prints.