Graham Redgrave-Rust is an English artist-illustrator who has also authoted books. His credits are sometimes under the name Graham Rust. Rust was born in Hertfordshire during 1942. He studied his craft at the Polytechnic School of Art, Regent Street; the Central School of Arts and Crafts in London; and the National Academy of Art in New York.
He has a strong interest in architectural art. He was an artist at "Architectural Forum" for Time Inc. He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1965. He has persued his career in various countries around the world, including Europe, North and South America, India, Greece, North Africa and the Far East. He taught for a year as am artist in residence at Woodberry Forest School, Virginia (1968). In keeping with his interes in architectural art he has painted murals and ceilings in homes located in various countries. His favorite piece is "The Temptation" at the Ragley Hall, Warwickshire. He published a collection of mural designs as The Painted House (1988). Further similar works along this line inclkude Decorative Designs (1998) and The Painted Ceiling (2001). Rust first exhibited drawings of London and Rome at the Hazlitt Gallery in 1971. He has also exhibited overseas. He has illustrated several books. He gas done two of Frances Hodgson Burnett's books: The Secret Garden (1986) and Little Lord Fauntleroy (1993). He also illustrated and Vita Sackville-West's Some Flowers (1993).
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