Robin Guthrie (1902 - 1971)

Brighton Beach, 1935

SKU: 261

Signed, titled on reverse on a label and inscribed "Not For Sale"
Oil on canvas board, 11 3/4 x 15 3/4 in. (30 x 40 cm.)


Height – 30cm x Width – 40cm


Marjorie Guthrie

Provenance: Marjorie Guthrie
Exhibited: Brighton Fine Art Galleries, Sussex Exhibition, 1935

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Robin Guthrie
1902 - 1971

Painter, draughtsman, illustrator and teacher, born in Harting, Sussex. He was the son of the artist and printer James Guthrie and the husband of the artist Kathleen Guthrie, after divorce from her marrying Deborah Dering. Studied at Slade School of Fine Art, 1918-22, with Philip Wilson Steer and Henry Tonks; Guthrie was like Tonks a fine, sensitive draughtsman, especially of portraits. In the early 1930s he was with Rodney Burn joint director of painting and drawing at the Goupil Gallery in 1926. Also exhibited at NEAC of which he was a member, Leicester Galleries, Arthur Tooth and Sons, Tate Gallery and many other venues. The Tate, British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, National Portrait Gallery and other public institutions hold his work. Guthrie also taught at St Martin’s School of Art, City and Guilds School and Royal College of Art, 1950-2. His book illustrations include Eleanor Farjeon’s All the Way to Alfriston, 1919, and his father’s A Wild Garden, 1924. Lived in London