Guy Seymour Warre Malet

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Guy Seymour Warre Malet (1900–1973), was an English landscape and figure engraver, printmaker, watercolourist and oil painter. He spent a large portion of his life on the island of Sark and many of his images are of the Channel Islands.[1]

Malet studied at the London and New Art School under Eastman and John Hassall, and at the Grosvenor School of Modern Art under Iain MacNab. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Royal Society of British Artists, the Society of Wood Engravers and the New English Art Club. Malet lived in London, Seaford in Sussex and finally in Ditchling.[2]

His painting of Dunfermline is in the collection of the National Railway Museum in York.[3]