Derek Mynott RBA NEAC (1926-1994) - 20th Century Lithograph, Venice Sunset
DescriptionInscribed in graphite with the print number '152/300'. Signed by the artist in graphite to the lower right. Well presented in a contemporary white wash wood frame. On wove.
The condition is very good overall. With some very minor fleks of foxing. Marks to the frame and scuffs to the corners.
32.5 x 52.5cm (12.8" x 20.7")Framed Size: 58.5 x 79cm (23" x 31.1")
Derek Mynott was a painter and printmaker. He was born Derek George Mynott and lived in London, he was the husband of the artist Patricia Mynott and father of the artists Lawrence, Gerald and Katherine Mynott. He studied at the Slade School of Fine Art, 1946-50, under Randolph Schwabe and William Coldstream. Mynott was a member of Royal Society of British Artists and New English Art Club and also showed in mixed exhibitions at Royal Academy of Arts. He held a solo show at the Mall Galleries in 1953, with later ones including Royal Academy of Arts Business Art Galleries from 1983. In 1972 he was the recipient as the winner of the Lord Mayor of London’s Annual Art Award, and a Silver Medal at Paris Salon, 1974 and Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers’ Award in 1987. The British Council, Government Art Collection and the Tate Gallery hold his work.
|Artist||Derek Mynott RBA NEAC (1926-1994)|
|Dimensions||32.5 x 52.5cm|
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