(1896 - 1980)
Richard Carline was active/lived in United Kingdom. Richard Carline is known for painting.
PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG MAN (self-portrait?)
Biography Richard Carline
Richard Carline was born in 1896, in Oxford, England. He came from a family of painters; father, George, mother, Anne, brother, Sydney, and sister, Hilda (Mrs. Stanley Spencer).
Richard attended the Percyval Tudor-Hart's Academia de Peinture in Paris. After a short time spent teaching, he served in World War I, and was appointed an Official War Artist.
In the 1920's, the Carlines' Hampstead home became a centre for artists such as Henry Lamb, John Nash and Mark Gertler. Between 1924 and 1929, Richard Carline taught at the Ruskin School of Drawing in Oxford. He had his first solo show at the Goupil Gallery in 1931.
Richard Carline died in 1980.