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Charles Wyatt Warren was a 20th Century landscape artist from Wales. He was a contemporary of world-renowned painter Sir Kyffin Williams.
Born in Caernarfon in 1908, he attended a local grammar school, then London University. Later he returned home and joined Caernarfon County Council. He began painting as a hobby, but became remarkably prolific, producing 20-40 paintings a year. He worked incredibly fast! Wyatt Warren was a founder member of the North Wales Group and the Caernarfon School of Welsh Landscape painters.
His work focused primarily on the majesty of Snowdonian Landscapes. Earlier works demonstrate a more classical style, often featuring intricate details of silver birch trees - highlighting his technical painting ability. Towards the 70's and 80's, his oil paintings began to evolve to a looser more impressionistic style. He would utilise a palette knife to create sculpted impasto.
Wyatt Warren's work is recognisable for its stunning depiction of nature, often mountainous and frequently depicting a solitary dwelling. We've collected a number of paintings by Charles Wyatt Warren for sale. If you'd like to add one to your collection, please contact us today.