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Philip Harlequin Palmer (British b.1963) “An Unreasoned Fear of Fruit” Oil on Canvas in 6 Sections
Philip Harlequin Palmer (British b.1963) “An Unreasoned Fear of Fruit”; a polyptych of 6 oils on canvas mounted together in a glazed wood frame; signed; 31 x 29ins (79 x 74xm) overall dimensions (including frame).
Although already much exhibited (see below) this artist had not previously pursued a commercial market for his work until we persuaded him to do so (perhaps to our discredit). In our opinion he has a considerable and eclectic talent, which is born out by the degree of interest in and sales of his work, despite minimal promotion.
CONDITION: Excellent, no damage or defects.
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BIOGRAPHY: Although a very pleasant character, this artist is a little reclusive by nature and wishes only to provide biographical details that refer directly to his art.
Exhibitions: 1988 The Great Sheffield art show. 1988 The library Gallery, Sheffield University (one man show). 1989 Sheffield City Art Galleries. 1989 Holmfirth Art Gallery (one Man Show). 1989 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Spring). 1989 The tenth Kingfield art exhibition. 1989 Holmfirth Art Gallery. 1990 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Spring). 1990 Yorkshire Artists exhibition Barnsley. 1990 The Great Sheffield art show. 1990 Finegold contemporary art Hebden Bridge. 1990 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition York. 1991 Manchester Academy of fine arts. Winner of the Edward C Oldham prize. 1991 The Great Sheffield art show. 1991 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Spring). 1991 The Yorkshire Artists Biennial, Scarborough. 1991 ‘East’ National open art exhibition Norwich. 1991 The Yorkshire Artists Exhibition Ilkley (Autumn). 1991 ‘Britain’s Painters 91’ Westminster London. 1991 The eleventh Kingfield art exhibition. 1992 Manchester Academy of fine arts. Winner of the Cotton Bank Prize. 1992 The Laing art competition Salford City art gallery. 1992 The Great Sheffield art show. 1998 Derbyshire Open Art Exhibition. 1998 Buxton Museum & Art Gallery.
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