The Trick Cyclist
The Trick Cyclist


The Trick Cyclist

c. 1930 United Kingdom

Offered by Sarah Colegrave

£1,600 gbp
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After an apprenticeship to his silversmith father, Spurrier studied art and became a freelance magazine illustrator contributing to such magazines as The Graphic, Illustrated London News and the Radio Times. He also produced posters for theatrical productions and illustrated books. From 1913 he exhibited his paintings at the Royal Academy, a favourite theme being circus performers. During the First World War he worked with the Admiralty developing dazzle camouflage for ships. Works by him are in the collection of the Imperial War Museum, Tate Gallery and other public collections.
Height 26.50 cm (10.43 inches)
Width 37.00 cm (14.57 inches)
External Height 46.50 cm (18.31 inches)
External Width 56.00 cm (22.05 inches)
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Watercolour and bodycolour over traces of pencil
Sarah Colegrave

Sarah Colegrave

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