David Tindle RA (born 1932)
PriceGBP 1800.00 (Pound Sterling)
MediumOil on board ,signed with initials
Dimensions37.00cm wide 14.00cm high (14.57 inches wide 5.51 inches high)
DescriptionDavid Tindle was a painter of interiors with figures, still-lifes and landscapes. Born in Huddersfield, he studied at Coventry School of Art from 1945-1947. He taught at Hornsey College of Art and the Byam Shaw School of Art 1959-1974, and at the Royal College of Art 1972–1983, becoming a fellow in 1981. He then taught at Oxford University (as Ruskin Master of Drawing from 1985–1987 & as a fellow of Edmund Hall)
Tindle’s painting shows a care for texture & arrangement and is delicately executed. He frequently works in egg tempera and his landscape & outdoor paintings are often characterized by a misty luminosity.
From the early 1950’s he exhibited in Royal Academy Summer Exhibition shows and had regular solo exhibitions at the Piccadilly Gallery. Retrospectives of his work were held at The City Art Gallery, Coventry in 1957 & at the Central Museum and Art Gallery, Northampton, in 1972.
He was elected RA in 1979, and won the Johnson Wax Award in 1983.
Solo Exhibitions include:
Piccadilly Gallery, London 1954
57 Gallery, Edinburgh 1957
Metropole Gallery, Folkestone 1963
Galerie du Tours, San Francisco & Los Angeles 1964
Galleria Carbonesi, Bologna and Galleria Vinciana, Milan 1968
Galerie XX, Hamburg 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001
Redfern Gallery, London
1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2001
ProvenancePurchased first from the Piccadilly Gallery, Cork Street 22 May 1964