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OSOSKI, Gerald Judah

Ososki (1903-1981) was a landscape, portrait and decorative painter in various media and draughtsman, born and lived in London. He studied at St Martin’s School of Art, 1917–22, then under William Rothenstein at the Royal College of Art, 1922–6. In World War II he worked as a camouflage artist, after which he turned his firm’s attention to the restoration and conservation of historic buildings. St James’ Palace, Clarence House and Buckingham Palace were among commissions. Exhibited in mixed shows at RA, RBA, NEAC and other London galleries and overseas. One-man shows at the Claridge Gallery, 1930, and Mall Galleries, 1973.


Nude in Landscape (2) £85

Signed ink, dated 1979, measuring 16″ x 11″. Previous mount line visible around edge of borders. Collection of artist label verso. Mounted.