William Johnstone

1897–1981

William Johnstone, ‘Golgotha’ 1927–8 and c.1948
Golgotha 1927–8 and c.1948
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Biography

William Johnstone OBE (1897–1981) was a Scottish artist and writer, and was the Principal of Central School of Arts and Crafts from 1947–1960.

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Artworks

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Tate Papers

Between America and the Borders: William Johnstone’s Landscape Painting

Scottish artist William Johnstone lived and worked in America for periods in the 1920s and 1940s, encountering a very different ...

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