Harvey Daniels (British, 1936-2013)

Born in London, Daniels attended the Willesden School of Art, the Slade School of Fine Art, London University and Brighton College of Art.  He served as Principal Lecturer in Printmaking at Brighton College of Art from 1970-1989.  His paintings and prints have been exhibited since the early 1960s including numerous solo exhibitions in the UK, Scotland, Germany, the US, France and Norway. He wrote four books on printmaking, including Printmaking (Paul Hamlyn, 1970) and Exploring Printmaking for Young People (with Silvie Turner, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1972). Daniels’ work is in the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City; the Detroit Institute of Art; the Yale University Art Gallery, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, among others. His work has described by art historian Norbert Lynton as a “visual carnival.”

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