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Artist - Victor Reinganum

Victor Reinganum, born 1907 in London, died 1995. Designed poster and leaflets for London Transport 1950

  • Educated; Heatherley's School of Fine Art; circa 1925
  • Educated; Académie Julian, Paris; circa 1927

Victor Reinganum was also known by the name Edward Victor Reinganum .


After his formal art training, Victor Reinganum studied under the private tuition of Fernand Léger. This greatly informed his approach to composition and style. In 1926, he founded the 'Pandemonium Group' with Nicolas Bentley. The young aspirational artists experimented with abstraction and held regular exhibitions at the Beaux Arts Gallery in Paris. In 1928 Reinganum was appointed Art Director of Elstree Film Studios. He left the following year to become a freelance illustrator. Reinganum enjoyed an illustrious working relationship with the Radio Times, spanning over 40 years. Other significant clients include Imperial Chemical Industries and Philips electrical. From 1962-1966 Reinganum taught graphic design at Croydon College of Art.

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