Neil Murison R.W.A.

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(British, b. 1930)

Neil Murison, painter and teacher, was born in Bath, Somerset and attended the West of England College of Art in Bristol, where he settled.  He taught at Queen Elizabeth’s Hospital School for nine years and was course co-ordinator for the Department of Foundation studies at Bristol Polytechnic until 1987.  He became a Member of the Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours- in 1979, being appointed Director of the Academy’s New Gallery in 2002.  He had a long series of solo shows, including Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford from 1963; Oxford Gallery from 1970; and Park Street Gallery, Bristol from 1978.  Later ones include Albany Gallery, Cardiff in 1991 and Toll House Gallery, Cleveden in 2001. The Bank of America, London and Amsterdam; Museum of Modern Art, Skopje and Oxford and Bath Universities hold examples of his work as well numerous education authorities. 

Tall Palms in a Tropical Setting
Watercolor
18" x 25"
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Kogana Beach
Watercolor
22" x 30"
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