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Edward Bouverie Hoyton
20th century
(1900 - 1988)

Unlike his contemporaries who attended the Royal College of Art, Hoyton learned his craft at the University of London Goldsmith's College School of Art. After winning the Prix de Rome in 1926, he went to the British School in that city for two years. Hoyton confessed being influenced by J.M.W. Turner; but equally recognizable in his work is an interest in the prints of Samuel Palmer, a follower of William Blake who could achieve impressive ranges of tones in his romantic etchings.

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