Robert Tavener worked for over fifty years as an illustrator and printmaker. His linocuts and lithographs were inspired by the shape, pattern and colour of the English countryside and English architecture. Born in London in 1920 he later moved to Eastbourne, East Sussex and became Vice-Principal of Eastbourne College of Art. He was a Senior Fellow of the The Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers and his work is held in over 25 public collections.
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