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Henry Rayner (1902–1957) was an Australian artist known for his drypoint etchings.
Henry Rayner was born in Australia and trained as an artist in Britain. He worked with Walter Sickert and was a friend of Augustus John. He was injured during the London blitz and thereafter became something of a recluse.
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