After her first successful Johannesburg exhibition, Aileen Lipkin left for London in 1960 to study at the Central School of Art. She had two remarkably well-received exhibitions in London before returning to South Africa in 1962. She exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery in 1967, was selected as one of seven artists to represent South Africa at the Gulbenkian Foundation in Lisbon, and was commissioned in 1968 to provide four mural panels for the landmark President Hotel in South Africa. She continued to work in different media and to exhibit locally and abroad, and her work is held in important private collections and public museums in South Africa and internationally.
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