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He was educated at the Royal College of Art in London and taught graphics at the Liverpool School of Art for almost forty years. Much of his art was inspired by the landscapes of the North West and the Lake District and the natural world that he created in the garden at his Wallasey home.
He was a contemporary of the group of five artists featured in our major exhibition for the summer “The Dinner Party”.
There will be talk from our curator on the 2nd of September at 11am organised by the Williamson and Priory Friends about the exhibition. These monthly gallery talks are free but donations readily encouraged to the charity.
Please note the gallery is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays. To download our current newsletter, click here WAG WM July 2017 Newsletter