Porthia Prints. Roger Hilton

Two pass silk screen print on linen
Size 42x30.5cms

Roger Hilton (1911-1975)
Roger Hilton a painter born in Northwood, Middlesex, studied at the Slade, London, 1929-31 and again 1935-36 and at the Academie Ranson, Paris. He turned to abstract art around 1950, encouraged by friendships with members of the CoBrA Group. He taught at the Central School of Art, 1954-56, during which time he began making visits to Cornwall, staying first with Patrick Heron, then renting a studio in Newlyn. He finally moved permanently to Cornwall in 1965, becoming recognised as one of the St. Ives group of artists.

Penwith member
Further information. Roger Hilton by Chris Stephens