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Rodrigo Moynihan (1910-1990), Painter

Sitter in 2 portraits
Artist associated with 8 portraits
Painter, principally of portraits and still-life. After experimenting with abstraction in the 1930s, his work became associated with the sober realism of the Euston Road School. Professor of Painting at the Royal College of Art 1948-57.

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Sir Lawrence Gowing

by Rodrigo Moynihan
oil on canvas, 1938
NPG 5542


Rodrigo Moynihan

by Rodrigo Moynihan
oil on canvas, 1939
NPG 5827


Benedict Nicolson

by Rodrigo Moynihan
oil on canvas, 1977-1978
NPG 5233


Sir Lawrence Gowing

by Rodrigo Moynihan
oil on canvas, 1979
NPG 5266


Friedrich August von Hayek

by Rodrigo Moynihan
oil on canvas, 1982
NPG 5551


Margaret Thatcher

by Rodrigo Moynihan
oil on canvas, 1983-1985
NPG 5728


Dame Peggy Ashcroft

by Rodrigo Moynihan
oil on canvas, 1984
NPG 5712


Rodrigo Moynihan

after Rodrigo Moynihan
offset lithograph, 1978
NPG D39078

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