This pair of mixed-media, charcoal and watercolor studies are by the British artist Hyman Segal (b 1914 – d 2004). Hyman Segal was born in London in 1914 and attended the Jew’s Free School in Camden Town, London. At the age of 12 he won a scholarship to study at St. Martin’s School of Art where other students included Lean Underwood. After World War II Segal moved to Cornwall where he became a household name, well-known for his sketches of the local characters. Segal was a member of the Royal Society of British Artists and a committee member of the St Ives Society of Artists. He was a one of the founding members of the Penwith Society of Artists. Both artworks are housed behind glass in matching attractive contemporary frames and both are signed by the artist bottom right corner.
Measuring: Frame width 7.75 inch (20 cm) by height 9 7/8 inch (25 cm). Frame depth 0.5 inch (1.5 cm). Aperture width 4.5 inch (11.5 cm) by height 6.5 inch (16.5 cm).
Condition: Tiny chip to the corner of the inner section of the frame of the charcoal reclining figure, and a minor bump to the paper.
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