Vincent Henry Lines, RWS, NEAC, RWA (1909-1968) was a painter in oils and watercolours, printmaker and art teacher. He was born in Dulwich and studied at the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London under Archibald Standish Hartrick (whom Lines admired greatly) and later at the Royal College of Art, winning a travelling scholarship in 1932. During this time he painted extensively in France and on his return spent some time living in the West Country. While still in his twenties, he was appointed principal of Horsham School of Art and later became principal of Hastings School of Art. During the War he took part in the Recording Britain project alongside his friend Thomas Hennell. Lines exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Watercolour Society, New English Art Club, Leicester Galleries etc and he was elected ARWS 1939, RWS 1945, NEAC 1946, RWA 1957. His work is represented in several public collections, including the permanent collection of the Royal West of England Academy and the British Council. Vincent Lines lived in Hastings, East Sussex for some time and nearby at Pett Level which is close to Winchelsea.
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