Guy Lindsay Roddon (1919-2006) was a painter of landscapes, interiors, portraits and figure subjects mainly in oils and pastel. He was born in London and studied at Goldsmiths College of Art 1937-39 and then at the Byam Shaw School of Art 1939-40.  After war service he taught at Goldsmiths and later at the Brighton College of Art. In 1949 he shared a studio in Chelsea with his friend Henry Lamb RA and later had a studio in Tarrant Street, Arundel in West Sussex.  Guy Roddon exhibited at the Royal Academy, London Group and other leading galleries, and wrote books on technique for artists. He worked extensively abroad, including in America, North Africa and Europe, but was drawn most of all to France for his subject matter, and lived in Menton for five years in the 1990s. In 1998 he returned to London. 


Guy Roddon - Bridge in Venice

Artist: Guy RoddonTitle: 'Bridge in Venice'Description: An original drawing in charcoal and pastel on light grey paper, signed by the artist lower right 'Roddon'. The subject is a Venetian bridge. The work isn't dated but is likely to be from the 1970s.  It came to us wi..

Guy Roddon - Mme Lejeune outside the Window

Artist: Guy RoddonTitle: 'Mme Lejeune outside the Window'Description: An original oil painting on C. Roberson & Co. Ltd canvas board of a view from the interior of a house at Menton in the south of France, which focuses on the presumed owner of the property, Mme Lejeune, ..