Bernard Dunstan RA NEAC (British, b. 1920)
Bernard Dunstan studied at the Byam Shaw School of Art and later at the Slade School. He taught at a number of art schools including Camberwell, Ravensbourne and Byam Shaw over a period of thirty five years. He was elected a member of the New English Art Club in 1947, the RWA in 1949 and became its president between 1979 and 1884. He became a full member of the Royal Academy in 1968 and is currently a Senior Academician.
His work has been widely exhibited in group shows at the institutions of which he is a member and he has also had solo exhibitions at the Roland, Browse and Delbanco Gallery in London and at Agnews. The Oriel 31 Gallery held a retrospective exhibition in 1988. Examples of his work are in numerous public collections including the London Museum, Arts Council, and Tate Gallery.