Public & Private: The Arts of Roy Newby
Roy Newby (1912 - 2011) was a commercial artist, illustrator and painter who lived and worked in London for most of the twentieth century. Written by his son, Public & Private: the arts of Roy Newby takes us back to a time before the First World War and spans a century of image-making.
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