Robert Henderson Blyth RSA RSW 1919-1970


Robert Henderson Blyth was a landscape artist who used both oil and pen and wash to produce semi-abstract paintings. He was born and educated in Glasgow. Blyth served in the Royal Army Medical Corps during World War II and produced work influenced by his experiences. He taught at Edinburgh College of Art and Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen. He was also associated with Hospitalfield, Arbroath.



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