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William Roberts (Art Angels)

William Roberts


William Roberts 1895 - 1980

William Roberts was born in Hackney, London. In 1909 he took up an apprenticeship intending to become a poster designer. He attended evening classes at Saint Martin's School of Art in London and won a scholarship to the Slade School of Art in 1910. His contemporaries included a number of brilliant young students, among them Dora Carrington, Paul Nash and Stanley Spencer. William was intrigued by post-impressionism and cubism. In 1916 he enlisted in the Royal Artillery and in 1918 was 'loaned' to the Canadians for six months as an official war artist. He became a portrait artist between the wars and eventually settled into his Primrose Hill house that was to be his home for the rest of his life.

'Rush Hour' by William Roberts (A169)


'Rush Hour' by William Roberts (A169)

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Greeting card reproduced from a linocut by William Roberts. 140 x 170mm with grey craft paper envelope. Recycled and/or FSC approved materials. Biodegradeable packaging. Published by Art Angels.

Price: 2.35