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Artists Biography

Geoffrey Huband ARSMA

British born 1945
Geoffrey Huband was born in Worcestershire in 1945 and studied at Stourbridge College of Art and Victoria College, Manchester University, graduating in 1967. In 1994 he gained a Bsc Hons from Exeter University.

He taught for four years and then moved to Cornwall to paint full time.

Huband is best known for his cover art on the novels of Douglas Reeman and Alexander Kent.

He exhibited in the UK and Spain and also with the Royal Society of Marine Artists, The Royal Institute of Oil Painters, The Royal Institute of Water Colour Artists and with Mystic Seaport Gallery, Connecticut since 2002.

“Warner Brothers” employed Huband as a Concept Artist on the feature film ‘Harry Potter and The Goblet of Fire’ where he conceived and designed the “Durmstrang Ship”.

His work has been commissioned by “National Geographic”. He has also been the featured artist in “Classic Boats”, “Traditional Boats and Tall Ships” as well as “Shipwright International Annual of Maritime History”.

Huband’s most recent awards have been The “Award of Excellence” from the Maritime Gallery, Mystic Seaport in 2009 and the “Conway Maritime Award” from the RSMA in 2012.

Proposed as a Candidate for the Royal Society of Marine Artists in 2014.

Elected as an Associate Member of the RSMA in 2015.

Works by this artist…

  • Mousehole Harbour
    Mousehole Harbour
    ( ref : 15170 )
  • St Ives
    St Ives
    ( ref : 14685 )
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