Robert Lee 1915 – 2007

I am able to offer these prints by artists who worked in the post-war period, courtesy of Emma Mason Gallery.

Robert Lee was born in Bingley, West Yorkshire and studied design at Bradford College of Art. He gained a place at The Royal College of Art, London where his tutors in graphics and illustration were John Nash and Eward Bawden. During the war Lee served with the Royal Signalls Artillery in North Africa and later witnessed the bombing of Dresden. After the war Lee returned to the Royal College to complete his degree. He taught at Hammersmith College of Art before returning to Yorkshire where he continued to teach. Lee was a highly regarded artist and craftsman whose career spanned over sixty years during which time he explored a wide range of media and techniques including printmaking.

 

c1953. Lithograph. 33cm x 49cm. POA
Egg Meal Tonight. c1953. Lithograph. 33cm x 49cm. POA