Guy Riccalton Worsdell (1908-1978) was a well-known painter, printmaker, illustrator and poster artist, noted for his portraits, landscape, still lifes and railway subjects. He was born in York and studied at the Central School of Art under Bernard Meninsky. During the mid 1930s he lived in Ballards Lane, North Finchley and later in Kensington. Worsdell exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1960-1975, with the New English Art Club 1962-68, with the Free Painters & Sculptors, of which group he was a member, and with the Penwith Society in Cornwall. Worsdell’s work is held in public collections, including the National Portrait Gallery. Following his marriage in 1961, it is understood that Worsdell spent some time living in Cornwall as well as maintaining a studio in Bedford Gardens, London W8. Guy Worsdell died in March 1978 and is buried in Gunnersbury Cemetary in Acton, West London.


Guy Worsdell - Cottage at Buttermere

£65.00
Artist: Guy WorsdellTitle: 'Cottage at Buttermere' (The Lake District) - an original pencil signed etching, unframed Description: This work is signed by the artist in pencil, titled, and annotated as a working proof. It is not dated but is likely to be from the 1960s. The image itself..

Guy Worsdell - Cottage at Buttermere

£35.00
Artist: Guy WorsdellTitle: 'Cottage at Buttermere' (The Lake District) - an original colour etching with aquatint, unframed Description: This original work is not signed or titled and is based on the slightly larger etching we have listed which is signed and titled by Guy Worsdell.&nb..