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Gilbert Spencer (1892-1979)

Painter, especially of landscapes, draughtsman, teacher and writer, and brother of the painter Stanley Spencer. Born at Cookham, Berkshire. Spencer studied at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, woodcarving at the Royal College of Art, 1911-12, then with Fred Brown and Henry Tonks at the Slade School of Fine Art, 1913-20. Between 1915 and 1919 he served in the army. Spencer had his first one-man show at the Goupil Gallery in 1923; he also exhibited at the RA (he was elected RA in 1960), NEAC, (of which he was a member), Leicester Galleries, RSA, Redfern Gallery and many other venues. Although he produced notable wall paintings for Holywell Manor, Oxford, 1934-6, Spencer made his name as a landscape artist working mainly in the English southern counties. At various times he taught at the Royal College of Art, Glasgow School of Art and Camberwell, serving meanwhile as an Official War Artist, 1940-3. His book Stanley Spencer appeared in

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Apples in a Basket circa 1913
Gilbert Spencer
Apples in a Basket circa 1913  For sale
£8500
Three Things
Gilbert Spencer
Three Things  For sale
£220
Study for Hebridean Memory, 1951
Gilbert Spencer
Study for Hebridean Memory, 1951  For sale 
Study for Hebridean Memory, 1951
Gilbert Spencer
Study for Hebridean Memory, 1951  Sold 
Portrait of a young girl
Gilbert Spencer
Portrait of a young girl  Sold 
Self Portait, 1923
Gilbert Spencer
Self Portait, 1923  Sold 
Hebridean Memory, 1951
Gilbert Spencer
Hebridean Memory, 1951  Sold 
Winter landscape
Gilbert Spencer
Winter landscape  Sold 
On Bakewell Bridge, 1950s
Gilbert Spencer
On Bakewell Bridge, 1950s  Sold