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School of Art

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School of Art
Aberystwyth University
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Ceredigion
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Display artist/maker:

Vincent Evans

Born: 1895, UK, Wales, Ystalyfera   Died: 1976

Painter. Evans was born in the late 19th century in the small village of Ystalyfera, Upper Swansea Valley, into a family of eight. He demonstrated artistic talent from a young age, but due to economic necessity he was required to work as a coal miner from the age of 13. He did not let this hinder his creativity however, and won a scholarship to Swansea School of Art in 1918, where he in turn became the first student from Swansea to be awarded a scholarship to the Royal College of Art in London. Upon his graduation in 1922, he relocated to New Zealand and took up a teaching position at Wanganui Technical College, a position that led him to represent the country in the 1928 Olympic art contest. He returned to Wales in 1932, resuming work as a teacher (now at Slough Grammar School) in 1940. Evans drew upon his past mining experience for many of his paintings, gaining recognition for his depiction of miners and colliery, but he was also a talented etcher and portrait artist. He was a member of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters and exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions on several occasions. These days he is widely considered a ‘lost’ artist due both to the fading of his reputation over time and the fact that a large number - possibly hundreds - of his paintings remain unaccounted for.

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

The Haulier PR3630 Prints




 
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