(1879 - 1933)
Raymond Francis McIntyre was active/lived in New Zealand. Raymond McIntyre is known for painting.
Biography Raymond McIntyre
Raymond McIntyre (1879-1933)
Born in Christchurch in 1879, McIntyre studied under Alfred Walsh and
Robert Herdman-Smith. He shared a studio with Sydney Lough Thompson and
Leonard Booth, exhibiting with the Canterbury Society of Arts from 1899
to 1910. Arriving in London in 1909 he actively pursued his studies and
career. Walter Sickert and William Nicholson were two of his tutors and
the works of Cézanne, Matisse and Modigliani his influences. Over the
next decade he exhibited at London's leading international Goupil
Gallery Salon and in 1921 with Paul Signac, M.L.Pissarro and Lemaitre.
His subject matter included portraits, still lifes and from late 1920 he
began to paint rivers and p
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