Crusader (c. 1970)
David Gentleman (1930-)
Newly-framed in gold leaf box as pictured
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David William Gentleman is an English artist. He studied illustration at the Royal College of Art under Edward Bawden and John Nash. He has worked in watercolour, lithography and wood engraving, at scales ranging from platform-length murals for Charing Cross Underground Station in London (he has been described by Quentin Blake as “the visual laureate of London”) to postage stamps and logos. His themes include paintings of landscape and environmental posters to drawings of street life and protest placards. He has written and illustrated many books, mostly about countries and cities. He also designed a number of British commemorative postage stamps. He has lived and worked in Gloucester Crescent in Campden Town since 1956.
His work is represented in Tate Britain, the British Museum, the Victoria and Albert Museum and the Fitzwilliam Museum.