Liss Llewellyn Fine Art - Guy Malet: Roof Gardens, Kensington, 1940



Guy Malet:
Roof Gardens, Kensington, 1940

Framed (ref: 5331)

Signed and dated, 11 x 15 in. (28 x 38 cm.)

Tags: Guy Malet war

Provenance: HMG

Exhibited: (?) Royal Academy, Kensington Gardens, 1943 (431)

Guy Malet was born in Southsea, Hampshire. He attended the Royal Military College in Sandhurst, before studying at the London School of Art and later wood engraving at the Grosvenor School of Art under Iain MacNab. He worked for a time in Sark in the Channel Islands, and in Ditchling, Sussex. His engravings tended to be conventional in subject with a Cubist-like handling of form and space.

Malet exhibited paintings and prints at The Royal Academy, Redfern Gallery, New English Arts Club. The British Museum and Victoria & Albert Museum,  hold his work.


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