Reginald James Lloyd
Reginald James Lloyd is active/lives in United Kingdom. Reginald Lloyd is known for Semi-abstract painting.
Biography Reginald James Lloyd
R. J. (Reg) Lloyd was born in Hereford in 1926 and lives in Devon. He began painting around 1950 and received early encouragement from the sculptor, Henry Moore, who was a good friend. Later in life he became friendly with the poet, Ted Hughes, which resulted in Reg illustrating four of Hughes' books of poems, including the award winning What is the Truth? One of the other books of Hughes' poems illustrated by Lloyd was The Cat and the Cuckoo.
Reg Lloyd's work is included in the collections of the V&A Museum, National Maritime Museum and Tate Gallery in London as well as Oriel and Exeter Colleges Oxford, the British Embassy in Paris, Teignbridge Council and the Bruton Art Gallery, Bideford.
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