Alfred Heyworth RWS RBA (1926-1976) - 1969 Pastel, Study of a Young Boy
DescriptionA fine pastel portrait of a young boy with red shorts and navy jumper by Alfred Heyworth. Wonderfully expressive, with quick yet precise marks. Very well presented in a double card mount and gilt frame. Label to the reverse from the Court Gallery. Also with Alfred Hayworth label. Signed. On wove.
Overall the condition is good. With some discolouration and minor foxing. With minor marks to the frame.
39 x 26cm (15.4" x 10.2")Framed Size: 64.5 x 53cm (25.4" x 20.9")
Alfred Heyworth was a painter, born in Birmingham, who studied at the Moseley School of Arts and Crafts and the Birmingham School of Art from 1942 to 1946. He graduated to the RCA, attending from 1946 to 1950. Heyworth was then awarded a French Government Scholarship to study at Académie de la Grande Chaumière in Paris for one year in 1950. He was elected an Associate of the RWS in 1959, becoming a full member the following year. He was also a member at the NEAC, RBA and the RP. He taught at the Kingston Polytechnic as a visiting lecturer for nearly twenty years and also at Epsom School of Art. Heyworth exhibited at the RA and examples of his work can be seen in the Government Art Collection, Beecroft Art Gallery, Southend, Bradford Art Gallery, Museums Sheffield, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery and the Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston. He was a member of the Chelsea Arts Club.
|Artist||Alfred Heyworth RWS RBA (1926-1976)|
|Dimensions||39 x 26cm|
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