Artist - Clive Gardiner
Clive Gardiner (also known by the name Alfred Clive Gardiner ), born 1891 in Blackburn, Lancashire, died 1960. Designed posters for the Underground Group and London Transport 1926-1951
- Educated; Slade School of Fine Art; 1909-1912
- Educated; Royal Academy Schools; 1913-1914
Clive Gardiner was an influential British designer and teacher. Elements of Cubism and Futurism found expression in his striking posters, for which he is probably best known. He also illustrated a number of books, including 'Leaves in the Wind' (1919). Gardiner taught art at Goldsmith's College School of Art from 1929. He became its Principal in 1952.