ROBERT COLQUHOUN (Scottish / 1914-1962)

Robert Colquhoun was born in Kilmarnock. He studied at the Glasgow School of Art, where he first met his lifelong companion Robert MacBryde. One of the British artists who absorbed via Picasso the lessons of Expressionism, Cubism, and Surrealism in the 1940s, Robert Colquhoun was closely associated with the Neo-Romantics, particularly John Minton, John Craxton, and Robert MacBryde. Colquhoun and MacBryde ("the two Roberts") shared a home and studio from 1941. The pair collaborated on set designs for the theatre.

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Selected prints by ROBERT COLQUHOUN

Sleep and dream XIV, 1947
Sleep and dream X, 1947
Sleep and dream VI, 1947

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