Hillside in Wales

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Eurich was born in Bradford in 1903 and trained at Bradford School for Arts and Crafts and at the Slade. He was an Official War Artist with the Royal Navy from 1941 to 1945 and taught at Camberwell College of Art from 1949 to 1967. He was influenced as a young man by Wyndham Lewis, William Rothenstein and by Surrealism. A friend of Edward Wadsworth, he painted in a modern figurative idiom during the 1930s. His wartime work was very well known, and he achieved a reputation almost equal to that of Stanley Spencer and Paul Nash, but after the War, unallied to any group or movement, he was increasingly seen as outside the mainstream of progressive art.

Hillside in Wales




oil on canvas


H 62 x W 76 cm

Accession number

NMW A 26012

Acquisition method

purchased from the Fine Art Society plc, 2003

Work type


Inscription description

R Eurich '67


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