Bryan Wynter  (British, 1915-1975) 

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Bryan Wynter, Meander II

 

Bryan Wynter
Meander II
1967

Jonathan Clark Fine Art
Bryan Wynter, Sandspore IX Bengal

 

Bryan Wynter
Sandspore IX Bengal
1963

Beaux Arts
Bryan Wynter, Sand Traverse

 

Bryan Wynter
Sand Traverse
1962

Alan Wheatley Art
Bryan Wynter, High Country

 

Bryan Wynter
High Country
1956

Jonathan Clark Fine Art
  
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Bryan Wynter, Lelant Church

 

Bryan Wynter
Lelant Church, 1954
gouache and watercolor

 

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Bryan Wynter, Mousehole, Cornwall

 

Bryan Wynter
Mousehole, Cornwall, 1953
black ink and gouache

 

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Bryan Wynter, Confluence 1966

 

Bryan Wynter
Confluence 1966
pastel and crayon

 

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  Born in London, he entered the Westminster School of Art 1937-8, and the Slade School 1938-40.
  He settled in Cornwall in 1945, co-founded the Crypt Group and later the Penwith Society. His first one-man show was at the Redfern in 1947, and he taught at the Bath Academy 1951-6.
  After 1956 he abandoned landscapes in favour of abstracts, using complex grids; in 1960 he began to make kinetic paintings he called IMOOS - Images Moving out onto Space, e.g. Mobile IMOOS No.,3, 1965. Later work had landscape references (e.g. Red and Black Streams, 1973).
2002   Tate Gallery, St. Ives
2002   Jonathan Clarke Fine Art, London
1987   Gillian Jason Gallery, London
1981 - 1982   New Art Centre, London
1976   Hayward Gallery, London, Memorial Exhibition
1975   Falmouth School of Art, Memorial Exhibition
1974   Waddington Gallery, London,
1971   University of Exeter Exhibition Hall
1969   Sherlock Gallery, Tor Point, East Cornwall
1967   Waddington Gallery, London
1966   The Arts Council Gallery, Belfast; Waddington Galleries, London
1963   Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol
1962   Waddington Gallery, London; Galerie Charles Lienhard, Zurich
1959   Waddington Gallery, London
1947   First solo exhibition at the Redfern Gallery, London, further exhibitions in 1948, 1950, 1952, 1955, 1957