Watercolour. Claude Muncaster was a Marine and landscape painter in oils and water-colour. Born 4 July 1903 at West Chiltington, Sussex, son of Oliver Hall, R.A.; He first exhibited as Grahame Hall but, from 1923, he signed his paintings Claude Muncaster so as not to be confused with his father, changing his name by deed-poll 1945. He exhibited at the R.A from 1921. Interestingly he served in the R.N.V.R. 1940–4, advising on camouflage. In 1946-7 he was commissioned to do a series of watercolours of royal residences.