David Gluck RWS (1939-2007) - 1985 Watercolour, Still Life
DescriptionA charming watercolour study by British artist David Gluck RWS RE NEAC (1939-2007). The impressionistic style and muted colour palette is typical of Gluck's style and preference for earthy tones. Presented in a card mount, additionally inscribed and dated. Signed and dated and inscribed. On watercolour paper.
With some discolouration and foxing spots to the mount.
21.9 x 28.3cm (8.6" x 11.1")Sheet: 29.7 x 35.7cm (11.7" x 14.1")
Painter and printmaker born in Pontefract, Yorkshire. He attended Wakefield School of Art and Leeds College of Art between 1956 and 1961. He went on to the Royal College of Art, where he was made an Associate in 1965 and took a Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking. Gluck held many one-person exhibitions and participated in numerous group shows, such as the John Moores Liverpool Exhibition, the Grenchen International Print Triennale, the London Group, and the British International Print Biennale. In 1974 he was appointed Head of Printmaking at the Central School of Arts & Crafts. His first teaching post was at East Ham Technical College, he later taught at Oxford Polytechnic and in Canterbury and Epsom and at Goldsmiths' College. For eight years, 1985-93, he was also a member of the Printmaking Panel of the British School at Rome. On his retirement in 1994, Gluck left full-time teaching to concentrate on his own work. He was elected a member of the London Group, the New English Art Club, the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and the Society of Landscape Painters. In 1985 Gluck was elected a member of the RWS and served as vice-president between 1999 and 2002. Among his many prizes he received the House and Garden Award at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition of 1988 and the year before his death his landscape The Evening Sunlight, Petrognano was awarded first prize in the Singer and Friedlander/Sunday Times competition. His work is held in many collections including Leeds City Art Gallery, the British Museum and the Palace of Westminster.
|Artist||David Gluck RWS (1939-2007)|
|Dimensions||21.9 x 28.3cm|
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