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Height
129.54 cm (51")
Width
154.94 cm (61")
James Tucker was born in Wallsend, Northumberland. He was educated at the King Edward VII School and Armstrong College of Art in Newcastle, 1914-22, under Richard Hatton. He then studied at the Royal College of Art, 1922-7, under William Rothenstein, for the latter two years acting as his studio assistant. Tucker won a travelling scholarship in his final year and went on to become Head of Drawing and Painting at Gloucester College of Art from 193-63. He showed widely and exhibited many works at the Royal Academy. He lived at Upton St Leonards, Gloucester.



Paintings by him are in public collections in Newcastle, Cheltenham, Gloucester, Shipley and the Royal Air Force Museum.
Height
129.54 cm (51")
Width
154.94 cm (61")
More Information
Year                 1939
Medium                 Egg tempera on panel
Country                 United Kingdom
Signed                 Signed; signed, dated 1939 and inscribed with the artists address on a label on the reverse
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