Geoffrey Rhoades...
Works in stock Geoffrey RHOADES (1898-1980) was a well known painter in oil and watercolour of landscapes and figure subjects, as well as being an accomplished printmaker, draughtsman and teacher. He was born in London and studied art at Clapham School of Art in 1916 and later at the Slade School 1919-23 under Henry Tonks. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1937, with the New English Art Club from 1927, and with many other leading galleries. His work is held in a number of public collections including The Tate Gallery, The Ashmolean Museum, Bradford Museums, Leeds Museums, Museums Sheffield, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. Rhoades taught at the Ruskin School of Drawing in Oxford 1953-72 and he lived nearby at Cuddington, Buckinghamshire for many years.