Robert Macbryde 1913-1966
Robert Macbryde studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1932-1937, where he met his partner and artistic collaborator Robert Colquhoun. As a Modernist painter, Macbryde is best known for his brightly coloured cubist studies, although the focus of his work shifted towards darker, more expressionist studies.
Christmasat The Fine Art Society 4 - 23 Dec 2020 Edinburgh
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