Modern British Art by David Ghilchik: Force of Habit - Habitual theatre-goer listens-in for a change, circa 1920 | www.LLFA.uk

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David Ghilchik:
Force of Habit - Habitual theatre-goer listens-in for a change, circa 1920

Unmounted (ref: 5518)
Signed, dated on reverse
Pen and ink
11 1/4 x 15 1/4 in. (28.5 x 38.8 cm)

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Born in Romania Ghilchik studied at Manchester School of Art, 1907-15, where his wife Josephine was a fellow-student of Adolphe Valette, then he attended the Slade School of Fine Art under Henry Tonks and Ambrose McEvoy. 

He exhibited widely, including RA, ROI, NEAC, RP and Walker Club and contributed to Punch between the wars and Daily Sketch.
Ghilchik's oil paintings can be similar in style to those of Christopher Wood, landscapes having a breezy freshness. He was featured in Manchester City Art Gallery's 1976 exhibition of Valette.


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