Jack Pender was a painter & teacher, born in Mousehole, Cornwall, to which he returned to live permanently in 1956.
His pictures, usually oil on board, representational but sometimes near-abstract, are mostly concerned with Cornwall’s sea and ships.
Pender began painting in 1936, then studied at Penzance School of Art, 1938-9. He was in the Army, 1939-46, from 1945-6 attending Athens School of Art; then had tree years at Exeter School of Art under Clifford Fishwick & John Skeaping. Taught at Plymouth Art School, 1950-4, & Royal Naval College, 1954-6.
Pender showed with the Penwith & Newlyn Societies from late 1940s.
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