George W. Jardine

British, 1920 - 2003


George Jardine was born in Wallasey, Chesire, England in 1936. From 1939-43, he attended the Royal College of Art. He taught graphics at the Liverpool College of Art. Best known as a Surrealist, Jardine was influenced by Max Ernst and Indian miniature painting. He was a member of the Liverpool and Royal Academies of Art. Jardine’s work can be found in the collections of the University of Liverpool, England, National Museum, Liverpool, England and The Arts Council of Great Britain. In 2012, the University of Liverpool held a retrospective of his artwork. He died in Wallasey in 2003.

  • Jardine 14157

    Palace of Oberon, ca. 1960s
    Oil on Masonite
    18 x 23 3/4 inches

    Signed G. Jardine and titled on reverse.

    #14157
    SOLD

George Jardine was born in Wallasey, Chesire, England in 1936. From 1939-43, he attended the Royal College of Art. He taught graphics at the Liverpool College of Art. Best known as a Surrealist, Jardine was influenced by Max Ernst and Indian miniature painting. He was a member of the Liverpool and Royal Academies of Art. Jardine’s work can be found in the collections of the University of Liverpool, England, National Museum, Liverpool, England and The Arts Council of Great Britain. In 2012, the University of Liverpool held a retrospective of his artwork. He died in Wallasey in 2003.

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