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© the copyright holder. Photo credit: Lancashire County Museum Service

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The artist was a former Merchant Navy Officer, then a Civil Servant. He had no formal art training, but demonstrated an unusual talent from the age of seven, and was always the most talented artist at school. He is very well known locally for his pen and ink drawings and for his songwriting and poetry.

Fleetwood Museum

Fleetwood


Date

1970

Medium

acrylic on hardboard

Measurements

H 40.5 x W 54 cm

Accession number

LANMS.1974.149.117

Acquisition method

transferred from 'Old' Fleetwood Library

Work type

Painting


Fleetwood Museum

Queens Terrace, Fleetwood, Lancashire FY7 6BT England

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