Reginald James Lloyd (1926-2000)

Harbour Hotel, Porthleven
  • Signed, titled and dated ‘52
  • Pencil and watercolour
  • 30.5 by 25.5 cm.; 12 by 10 in.
  • £1,250 plus 4% ARR
Reginald James Lloyd (1926-2000)

Artist in wide variety of media, born in Hereford, although he was associated with the West Country from the age of two when his family moved to Dawlish, Devon. Was largely self-taught, although after Army service he attended part-time classes at Exeter School of Art, from 1956 living in Bideford. Lloyd was a member of RI from 1992, having been awarded its bronze medal in 1989. His work went through various metamorphoses, but a strong Neo-Romantic streak and an interest in such subjects as Silbury, Stonehenge, Avebury and Maiden Castle were key features. Lloyd contributed to many mixed shows in London and the provinces. Had a solo exhibition at Dawlish, 1950, later ones including Burton Art Gallery, Bideford, 1991, Waterside Art Gallery, Instow, 1993.

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