Thomas Nathaniel Davies

Thomas Nathaniel Davies was born in Dowlais, Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales in 1922. He studied at Cardiff College of Art under the tutorship of Ceri Richards where drawing from the human figure was central to his studies. In 1942 he was called up for war service. He resumed his studies on his return, and after qualifying became a lecturer, teaching drawing and painting. He taught at Newton Abbot Art School and later became the Head of Art at South Devon College in Torquay. During the whole of his professional career he was a practising artist, some of this work is now housed in public collections such as The Victoria and Albert Museum and The National Library of Wales but the majority of the work is still together
Illustration 1947 Crayon on paper 10"x7"
Nude Study 1947 Pen, Crayon and Pecil on paper 10"x7"
Collage 1947 12" x 9"
Seated Nude 1955 Oil on Canvas Board 25"x20"
View from Ware Barton 1956 Oil on Canvas Board 24"x20"
Bellowing Cow 1950 Oil on Canvas 22"x18"
Mother Nursing Child 1961 Oil on Canvas 50"X40"
Baby in Chair 1962 Oil on Canvas 42"x30"
Standing Form 1966 Acrylic and Pine on Canvas 40"x36"
Brown and Cream Elipse 1971 Acrylic on Canvas 48"x48"
Brown, Black and Cream 1971 Acrylic on Canvas 50"x50"
Grey and White Circles 1972 Painted Wood and Perspex