Robin Craig Guthrie...
Works in stock Robin Craig Guthrie, RP, NEAC (1902-1971) was a highly respected painter, largely in oil, of portraits, figures and land­scape. He was born at Harting in West Sussex, son of James Guthrie, the painter and poet. He studied art at the Slade School 1918-22 under Tonks, Steer and Russell. Robin Guthrie exhibited at the New English Art Club from 1923, becoming a member in 1928, and he was also a member of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1931. Guthrie was Director of the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts, U.S.A. 1931-33, and Instructor at St. Martin's School of Art, later at the Royal College of Art 1951-54. He lived in London for many years and frequently visited Sussex and the Isle of Wight to paint well observed coastal scenes at places such as Brighton, Felpham and Bembridge. His work is represented in a number of public collections, including the Tate Gallery, British Museum, Victoria & Albert Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Bradford Museums & Art Galleries, Worthing Museum and Art Gallery, The Tank Museum and UCL Art Museum.