(1910 - 1995)
Peter McIntyre was active/lived in New Zealand. Peter McIntyre is known for landscape, portrait-Indian, figure.
A New Zealand artist who also traveled widely in England and the United States, Peter McIntyre established his reputation in the period following World War II. He had studied for five years at the Slade School in London, which provided him background and influences of early modernism. His style is described as romantic realism with traces of surrealism and cubism.
During World War II, he served as official war artist from New Zealand, an experience he regarded as more influential on his painting than his art training in England because of the necessity to capture the immediacy and drama of unfolding events.
After the war, he returned to New Zealand and worked as a full-time artist. He has been highly influential because his ... Displaying 750 of 1696 characters.