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Display artist/maker:

Eric Taylor

Born: 1909, UK, England, London   Died: 1999

Painter and printmaker. Studied at the Royal College of Art, and in 1935 he was awarded a prize at the International Print Exhibition in Chicago. Taylor taught at the Camberwell School of Art and the Willesden School of Art from 1936 until his enlistment in the British Army in 1939. He continued to sketch and paint throughout the Second World War, depicting refugees, resistance fighters, Holocaust survivors and even the Nazi leader Alfred Rosenberg. Following the war, many such works were acquired by the Imperial War Museum. Taylor's teaching career resumed at the Willesden School of Art and the Central School of Art, and Leeds College of Art (later part of Leeds Polytechnic) 1949-71

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

German Soldiers burying their Dead, Normandy PR2101 Prints