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Gilbert Mason studied etching, engraving and drawing, at the Royal College of Art in London. Later he taught at Leeds School of Art before moving to Birmingham in 1952, where he spent the remainder of his teaching career. He became Head of the School of Painting at the Birmingham College of Art in 1965. He painted many landscapes around this time, most of them being executed in acrylics and inks. His work can be seen in the context of the revival of the Romantic tradition in British art fostered by the art critic Herbert Read.
oil on paper
H 91.4 x W 121.9 cm