George Tute RWA (Hons) RE RA (dip.) MA (RCA)

George Tute

DREAM VISIONS: Alfred Stockham and his Circle

Saturday 7 November 2015 – Sunday 28 February 2016

George Tute working webGeorge Tute studied painting at the Royal Academy Schools and Illustration at the Royal College of Art.  He taught at York School of Art and became Principle Lecturer and Director of Studies of Graphic Design at the West of England College of Art.  A wood engraver and painter, he is an exhibiting member of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers, the RWA and the Society of Wood Engravers. Now in his eighties, he lives and works in Bristol.

George Tute Reminders oil on canvas 100cm x 76cm

Although George Tute has often been to Sladers Yard, usually with Alfred Stockham and David Inshaw, and is a good friend to the gallery, this is the first time he has shown his work here.  George Tute’s paintings and wood engravings are shown below.  Please click on an image to see it expanded with a caption.  Please phone 01308 459511, email: or reply to this page to enquire about George Tute’s work.

George Tute at ease 2