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Frank Archer

Eileen Bell

Tom Coates

Fred Cuming

Sholto Douglas

William Dring

Anthony Eyton

George De Goya

James Horton

William Mason

Olwen Tarrant

Herbert Victor Tempest

David Tindle

Amanda Ward

William Ware

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David Tindle, RA (b. 1932)

 

Painter, notably in egg tempera, printmaker and teacher, born in Huddersfield, Yorkshire. Studied at Coventry School of Art, 1945-47. Whilst working as a commercial artist in Soho, he became friendly with John Minton, and other artists associated with the area.

 

From the early 1950’s he was featured in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions, had regular solo exhibitions at Piccadilly Gallery, and had a retrospective at Coventry’s Herbert Art gallery as early as 1957.

 

Tindle was elected RA in 1979. From 1985 he showed with Fischer Fine Art, in 1996 showing new paintings with Redfern Gallery. He taught at Hornsey College of Art, 1959-74, and at Royal College of Art, 1972-83, being made a fellow in 1981.

 

Tindle was also for a time Ruskin Master of Drawing at Oxford University, and held a professorial fellowship at St. Edmund’s College.

 

His work, often signed just DT, is subtle and delicate, portraits and objects in carefully arranged interiors in which surface and texture are important. His works are held by the Tate Gallery, Manchester City Art Gallery and National Portrait Gallery among others.

The shell & sunlight on the curtain - by David Tindle

David Tindle  (b. 1932)

“The shell & sunlight on the curtain”

61cm x 51cm

£5000

Open window of a bedroom - by David Tindle

David Tindle  (b. 1932)

“Open window of a bedroom”

25cm x 20cm
Egg tempera

£1550