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Liam Hanley (b.1933)
A Cyclist on a Hilly Road

A stunning example of this very talented artists work. He has exhibited throughout England and in America and had a solo exhibition at the Royal Society of Arts in 1962.

  

Oil       18" x 22" (with frame 25" x 29")      signed

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Liam Hanley (b.1933)

Artist in oil on cotton on paper and watercolour, born and lived in London. Hanley became a full time artist in his 50s following a career in journalism. Studied at Central School of Art London and was influenced by Ben Nicholson and Morandi. Among Hanley's many mixed show appearances were AIA Gallery, St Pancras and Camden Festivals, Tib Lane Gallery in Manchester, RA Summer Exhibitions, Phoenix Gallery in Lavenham an Thackeray Gallery in Cambridge, Phoenix Gallery and Bronwen White Gallery in New Orleans. In 1964 Hanley made illustrations for a limited edition of Face of winter  by James Hanley, his father. Graves Art gallery in Sheffield, Abbott Hall Art Gallery in Kendal and a number of local authorities hold examples. He sometimes painted as Liam H.    

Artwork Tags: Abstract | Art | British | Oil

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