Pearson, Dave (1937-2008)

Dave Pearson attended the Slade School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools, and later spent most of his professional career in the mill town of Haslingden in the north of England, where he taught Fine Arts courses at Manchester Polytechnic. Throughout his career, he showcased his work in numerous renown British galleries and museums, as well as in the British Painting Exhibition in 1974. His work was mainly influenced by Van Gogh and by poems by Yeats. Today, Dave Pearson’s works are managed by the Dave Pearson Studio in London, where the studio's team keeps bringing awareness to the life’s work of Dave Pearson.

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