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Bryan Wynter

Born 1915, London.  Died 1975.

Bryan Wynter attended Westminster School of Art from 1937-38 and then the Slade School of Fine Art from 1938-40.  He was a conscientious objector during the war and worked on the land.  In 1945 he moved to St Ives and was a co-founder of the Crypt Group the following year.  From 1951-56 he taught at Bath Academy of Art at Corsham.  He returned to London in 1956 and painted his first abstract that year.  In 1960 he produced his first kinetic works of art, 'imoos' or moving images, one of which is in the collection of the Herbert Art Gallery in Coventry.

The Hayward Gallery had a retrospective exhibition of his work in 1976.