Paul Rudall (1921-2012) was a British artist who painted throughout his life, working mainly in oils, pen and ink and in crayon, on board, canvas and paper.
Paul served in the RAF in the Second World War and then won a place at at Bath Academy of Art at Corsham, Wiltshire, where he studied under William Scott, Kenneth Armitage and other major figures in British art. After gaining his teaching certificate he embarked on a successful career teaching in schools in London and the West Midlands, while continuing always to make and show his work. Following retirement he moved back to Bath where he returned to painting full-time, and his work was taken up by collectors in the UK and overseas and shown in a number of galleries specialising in Modern British Art.
This website is being developed by his family so that anyone who is interested can enjoy Paul’s work. A small selection of his large and varied output of paintings, drawings and ceramics are shown on these pages. Many more works are in private and public collections, or are held by the executors of Paul’s estate.
We would love to hear what you think of what you see. Please get in touch if you would like to know more about Paul, or if you would be interested in making a purchase or are organising an exhibition in which you wish to include his work.