Painting by Bernard Dunstan

Bernard Dunstan RA

painting by Bernard Dunstan RA


 by Bernard Dunstan RA

"Though I’m not a landscape painter, I am devoted to the wild mountains and the valleys of North Wales where we spend a good deal of our time.  They are threatened by wind farms, as are so many other fine landscapes.

People are coming more and more to realise that wind power is not efficient – I wish  politicians understood this too."   

Bernard Dunstan  2006

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Bernard Dunstan was elected Royal Academician in 1968, and was President of the Royal West of England Academy from 1979 to 1984.

Bernard Dunstan exhibited regularly with Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London from 1952 to 1970, with Agnew's, London, since 1972 and with Stremmel Gallery, Reno, Nevada, USA since 1981.
He also exhibits annually in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the New English Art Club, and his work is held in many private collections across the world.

 He has written several books on painting, including 'Learning to Paint' (1970) and 'Painting Methods of the Impressionists' (1976).

‘My motto is Ruskin’s,’ says Bernard, who has written a book on the artist and critic,  ‘Paint what you love and love what you paint.’


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