Paul Feiler (1918-2013) was a German-born abstract artist known for his sea symphonies and mystical portals. He studied at the Slade School of Fine Art when his family moved to England in 1936. After teaching art, Feiler moved to Cornwall, to a disused chapel which he converted to a studio. Feiler is said to have inspired Rothko to visit him in Cornwall, where the Cornish coast, in turn, inspired Feiler. Like Heath, Feiler wrote several books about art including "Works on Paper”. From 1946 to 1975 Feiler taught at West of England College of Art, he became the head of painting in 1960.
Feiler has paintings in many art galleries worldwide including the Tate St Ives, Victoria and Albert Museum, National Gallery of Art in Washington DC, Bibliothèque Nationale de France in Paris, Bristol Art Gallery, Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto, and Kettles Yard in Cambridge.
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