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John Hanley (b.1947)
The Buskers

Having long admired John's work we are delighted that he is now producing paintings unique to The Wallington Gallery. He works mainly on commission so his paintings are rare to the open market, they are are full of life and humour and in the Northern Art style in which he excels. Framed in Black.

Oil on canvas  24" x 31 1/2"   Signed.



John Hanley (b.1947)

His passion is Lowry type paintings, he was fortunate enough to meet the man himself, although only briefly in 1961 when he was at school in Blackburn. Lowry made a short speech and showed  some of his work to the art class and John will always remember him saying “l am just a man that that likes to paint” that’s when he became fond of his works. John used to paint pet portraits for family and friends as a paying hobby alongside his career as a draughtsman in the engineering trade. John started to paint and sell what he likes to call his "like a Lowry style" commercially after retiring in 2009. John describes his works as follows - "l like to think that my colourful and sometimes humorous style reflects my personality."

Other paintings by this artist:

  • The Sleepy Harbour
  • Are the busses running?

Artwork Tags: Figures | Northern Art | Oil | Townscape

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