Art historian, curator and educator, Robert Meyrick is Head of Aberystwyth University’s School of Art and Keeper of the School of Art Museum and Galleries.

He originally trained in fine art and art history and now writes on early-mid 20th-century British printmaking, art in Wales, and on collecting and collections.

This website just about keeps up with Robert’s projects – past and current as well as those forthcoming.


Robert Meyrick and Monatgue by Anastasia Wildig 2019
Robert and Montague by Anastasia Wildig (oil, 2019)

Sourcing, documenting, interpreting and displaying difficult-to-access artworks and archival materials, Robert helps advance our understanding and appreciation of the personal, professional, socioeconomic and institutional forces that shape artistic heritage. A significant aspect of his research is concerned with the reassessment of artistic careers and the recuperation of traditional practices, especially printmakers that have been marginalized or neglected. His books are the principal sources of reference for curators, dealers, and general audiences. Robert was elected Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers in 2000 in recognition of his contribution to the art of printmaking.

Continue reading “Introducing”

Get in Touch

Do please get in touch if you have found something here of interest, would like to know more about the painters and printmakers explored on this site, or wish to tell me about works you have by artists that are subject of my research. Sourcing and documenting their artworks is ongoing.

Send a Message