Paul Rumsey is a British Postwar & Contemporary artist who was born in 1958. He studied at Chelsea School of Art in London and later received an MA from the Royal College of Art.
Rumsey’s work often explores themes of identity and perception, with a particular focus on the human face. His paintings and sculptures are characterized by their bold, graphic style and use of vivid colors. He has been compared to the Pop Art movement, and his work has been exhibited in galleries and museums in both the UK and internationally.
Some of Rumsey’s notable works include “Library Head,” a sculpture of a head made from books, which was sold at auction in 2016 for 854 USD, and “Portrait of a Girl,” a painting that was exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2012.
In addition to his artwork, Rumsey has also been involved in the film industry, working as a storyboard artist on several feature films, including “Batman Begins” and “The Dark Knight.”
Rumsey has been featured in various publications, including Hi-Fructose and Juxtapoz, and his work is held in private collections around the world.