Schwabe, Randolph (1885-1948) by Scholes, Robert

Randolph Schwabe (1885 – 1948) He was born in Manchester. He studied briefly at the Royal College of Art, and then at the Slade School of Art from 1900 to 1905, moving on to Académie Julian in Paris. He was an official war artist during World War I, making drawings of the Women’s Land Army. He exhibited regularly with the New English Art Club, becoming a member in 1917. He was known for his water-colors, and drawings, etchings, and lithgraphs. He lived mainly in London and taught at the Slade after 1930.

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