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Frank Archer

Eileen Bell

Tom Coates

Fred Cuming

Sholto Douglas

William Dring

Anthony Eyton

George De Goya

James Horton

William Mason

Olwen Tarrant

Herbert Victor Tempest

David Tindle

Amanda Ward

William Ware

George DE GOYA, PhD, MA, FRSA, MFPS

(1915 - 1992)


George was born in Budapest, and is related to the great Spanish artist Goya on his mother’s side. He was educated in Budapest and in France, where he received a degree in philosophy from the Sorbonne, Paris.


He returned to Budapest to study art at the Fine Arts Academy and then continued his studies at the Academie Julienne, Paris, where he was influenced by the post-impressionists, including Picasso, Dali & Chagall. His motto was “History is the inevitable conveyance of great situations by great personalities....”


He came to Britain in 1956 where he taught history of art and art appreciation and also lectured and exhibited in England and France. He also started receiving commissions for book and commercial illustrations in 1961.


He exhibited at the Mall Galleries and Central Gallery in the mid-‘70’s, and had a one-man show at the Loggin Gallery in 1975. He was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1979 , was a lecturer at the Quaker Fellowship of the Arts in 1980 and, in the same year, was elected a member of the Free Painters & Sculptors (MFPS).


In 1983 he received the Distinguished Achievement Award from Who’s Who in Western Europe.

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Uprising - by George De Goya

George DE GOYA  (1915 - 1992)

“Uprising”

51cm x 61cm

Oil on Board

£1650