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Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
© The Ruth Borchard Collection. Photo credit: Courtesy of Piano Nobile, Robert Travers (Works of Art) Ltd

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man 1950

Alfred Daniels (1924–2015)

The Ruth Borchard Collection

Painter, teacher and writer of books on art, born in London, where he continued to live. Daniels studied at Woolwich Polytechnic, 1943–4, then service in the Royal Air Force, resuming his studies at Royal College of Art, 1947–50, undertaking postgraduate studies in mural design, 1950–2. Daniels was to hold a number of teaching posts: from 1951–76 at Hornsey College of Art; from 1964–9 part-time at Royal College of Art; from 1973–88 part-time at Sir John Cass, City of London Polytechnic; 1976–80 part-time at Middlesex Polytechnic; then again at the Royal College, 1984–7.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)

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