Gordon Randall, a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, was born in Middlesex but lived and worked in Cornwall. A regular exhibitor at the RA summer exhibitions, his work was strongly influenced by Paul Nash.
Randall trained at Harrow School of Art under R.T. Mumford, the Sussex landscape painter. He also had long associations with Farnham and was one of the original camoflage artists working with Talbot Kelly at Farnham Castle during WW2.
He used watercolour and pen and ink to strengthen details and structure. He was fascinated by rock formations and the Cornish coast. Sussex was another favourite haunt, especially the ancient flint churches.Back to Gallery Artists
'Fishing village', watercolour, signed, 29 x 38 cm, unframed.