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Robin Craig Guthrie

(1902-1971), Painter

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Artist of 20 portraits
Robin Guthrie was born in Harting, Sussex, the son of James Joshua Guthrie (1874-1952), also an artist and writer, and the founder of the Pear Tree Press. He studied at the Slade School of Art (1918-22) under Philip Wilson Steer and Henry Tonks and from 1923 exhibited with the New English Art Club; later his work was shown in the Goupil Gallery and at the Fine Art Society. His draughtsmanship was admired from early in his career and in addition to painting and drawing landscapes and portraits he undertook book illustrations, including his father's A Wild Garden (1924).

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Robin Craig Guthrie, by Robin Craig Guthrie - NPG 6507

Robin Craig Guthrie

by Robin Craig Guthrie
pencil, pen and ink on paper laid on card, circa 1936
NPG 6507



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