Arnold Bray Webb, deceased

Arnold Bray  Webb, deceased

Arnold was born in Rugby and educated at Lawrence Sherriff Grammar School, and Birmingham College of Arts and Crafts. After two years National Service in the Royal Army Education Corps, he worked for five years as a Technical Illustrator at the Ministry of Power before teaching in schools in London, Birmingham and Warwickshire. He was elected as an associate of the RBSA in 1997. Bray has exhibited at the Royal College of Art, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, the Royal West of England Society and the Bath Society of Artists as well as the RBSA, where he was awarded the Birmingham Exhibition Centenary Medal in 1989. His work is in private collections in the UK, Eire, Austria and Germany. Arnold has also illustrated magazines and a book on the Bullnose Morris car. Arnold paints in oils and watercolour with subjects ranging from landscapes, cityscapes and portraits to abstract compositions.