Leonard Rosoman – Portrait of Richard Hughes, Nairobi, 1982, Lithograph (Unframed)
Leonard Rosoman OBE RA was a British artist born in 1913, who worked as a war artist, a printmaker, a painter and an illustrator. He is particularly well-known for his murals, completing commissions most notably for the 1951 Festival of Britain at the Southbank Centre, the Royal Museum of Scotland, the Royal Academy, and the ceiling of Lambeth Palace Chapel. Over his career Rosoman also taught at a number of noteworthy art schools, including Camberwell College of Art, Edinburgh College of Art, the Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art.
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