Hugh Griffiths (1916-2005) was a well-known painter of landscapes and figure subjects, mainly in oils. He was born in Karachi and was educated in Canford and Oxford.  Griffiths exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1946-53, at the New English Art Club from 1950-53, and with the Royal Society of British Artists. He lived in Winchelsea near Rye in the late 1940s, and was friendly with the artists George Graham and William Warden, and later had a studio in St Leonards on Sea, East Sussex.  Three of his paintings are held by the Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne. 

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