RICHARD EURICH OIL PAINTING – VALUATION, ARTIST AUCTION VALUE, PRICE & APPRAISAL IN 2020.
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Richard Eurich [1903-1992] – Biography
He was born in Bradford in 1903 and studied at St.George’s School in Harpenden, Bradford Grammar School and the Slade School of Art. During his first one-man show at the Goupil Gallery he met the artist Christopher Wood who became a big influence in his artistic career.
Eurich became a War artist to the Admiralty during the Second World War with many of his war paintings in public collections. After the war he taught at the Camberwell School of Art.
He lived in Dibden Purlieu, near Southampton in Hampshire where he continued to paint the Solent and New Forest.
What did he paint?
He painted war scenes, Dorset coast, Solent, New Forest, landscape and coastal scenes.
How did Richard Eurich sign his works?
Signs work : ‘R.Eurich’
Did he work in other media?
He mainly worked in oils on canvas and board.
Where did he Sell?
He sold direct, at art dealers and exhibitions. We have seen gallery labels from the Fine Art Society, Messum’s and provenance from auction houses including Bonhams Auctioneers, Sothebys Auction and Christies Auctions.
New English Art Club
Royal Society of Marine Artists
Brook Street Gallery
Walker Gallery Liverpool
Manchester City Art Gallery
Arthur Tooth & Sons Gallery