A beautiful limited edition hand signed and numbered original linocut depicting an African interior scene by Rupert Shephard.
Artist: Rupert Shephard (British, 1909-1992)
Title: African Interior
Medium: Colour linocut on paper
Size: Picture - 13 x 19 inches / Mount - 17 x 22 inches
A suitable frame can be sourced if required
Rupert Norman Shephard was an English painter, illustrator and art teacher.
Shephard was born in Islington, the son of an engineer and a charity worker, who were both Quakers and keen amateur artists. He attended Repton School, before studying at the Slade School of Fine Art from 1926 to 1929. After graduating from the Slade, Shephard taught at Raynes Park County School whilst painting at night and often in pubs and music halls.
In 1929, he began to exhibit with the London Group at both the Wertheim Gallery and the Coolings Gallery. Throughout 1937 to 1939 Shephard exhibited with the founding members of the Euston Road School, William Coldstream, Claude Rogers and Victor Pasmore at the Storran Gallery whilst continuing to exhibit with the London Group. Shephard held his first solo exhibition at the Calman Gallery in 1939.
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