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School of Art

Contact Details

School of Art
Aberystwyth University
Buarth Mawr
Aberystwyth
Ceredigion
SY23 1NG

Tel: +44 (0)1970 622460

Fax: +44 (0)1970 622461

Email: artschool@aber.ac.uk


Display artist/maker:

Robin Tanner

Born: 1904, UK, England, Bristol   Died: 1988, UK, England, Chippenham, Old Chapel Field

Etcher and teacher. Son of a journeyman carpenter. Tanner worked first as a primary school teacher in Chippenham before studying teaching at Goldsmiths’ College, 1922-4. Whilst teaching, he also took evening classes in life drawing and etching under Clive Gardiner (1891-1960) and Stanley Anderson (1884-1966) at Goldsmiths’ School of Art. His first etching, A Tithe Barn (1926), was inspired by artists such as Samuel Palmer (1805-81) and F. L. Griggs (1876-1938). Throughout his life, he found inspiration in the English countryside, especially Wiltshire. During the late 1920s he became a full-time artist but had to return to teaching in 1929, when the demand for English prints began to wane. He became a school inspector in 1935, a role that left no time for his art; hence, June (1946) was his last print until his retirement in 1970, after which he devoted himself to printmaking again. He was made an associate member of the Royal Society of Painters-Etchers in 1936 and a senior fellow in 1973. He became a member of the Royal West of England Academy in 1952. Tanner and his wife published books on the English countryside such as Wiltshire Village (1939) and A Country Book of Days (1986). They established the Crafts Study Centre, now part of the Surrey Institute of Art and Design, University College, Farnham, in the 1970s.

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

April PR3309 Prints

Christmas PR3294 Prints

Clapper Bridge PR3302 Prints

Easter PR3301 Prints

Full Moon PR3303 Prints

Gamekeeper's Cottage PR3293 Prints

Gray's Elegy PR3306 Prints

Harvest Festival PR3296 Prints

Hedge Flowers PR3298 Prints

March PR3307 Prints

Meadow Style PR3300 Prints

September PR3308 Prints

The Old Road PR3304 Prints

The Wicket Gate PR3305 Prints

Weeds PR3310 Prints

Wiltshire Hedger PR3292 Prints

Wiltshire Rickyard PR3299 Prints

Wiltshire Woodman PR3295 Prints

Wren and Primroses PR3297 Prints




 
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