Bryan WYNTER British 1915-1975
Bryan Wynter, Landscape painter, born in London. Wynter Studied at Westminster School of Art 1937–8 and at the Slade School 1938–40. After the war, he settled at Zennor, Cornwall in 1945, and in 1946 was co-founder of the Crypt Group near St Ives, 1945. At first worked figuratively but by 1956 had evolved a dynamic and more abstract style. Bryan Wynter had his first one-man exhibition at the Redfern Gallery 1947. He Taught drawing and painting at Bath Academy, Corsham, 1949–56. He exhibited with the London Group from 1954 and became a member 1955–61; and a member of the Penwith Society, St Ives, 1949–58.
His works can be found in the Tate Gallery,Arts Council, National Galleries of Scotland ,National Museum of Wales among others.