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Randolph Schwabe RWS LG NEAC (1885-1948)


Randolph Schwabe, RWS LG NEAC (1885-1948)

Randolph Schwabe was born on 9 May 1885, the son of a Manchester cotton merchant whose father had emigrated from Germany. The family soon moved to Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire, where his father became a stationer, and Randolph was educated privately. He revealed a prodigious talent for drawing, and at the age of fourteen studied for a short time at the Royal College of Art. However, in 1900, he transferred to the Slade School of Fine Art, and found that he much preferred its atmosphere of greater artistic freedom. After five years, he took advantage of a Slade scholarship, and went to Paris to study under Jean Paul Laurens at the Acadamie Julian.

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