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Norman Neasom (1915-2010)

Born in Worcestershire Neasom studied at Brimingham College of Art, 1931-5, notably in watercolour with Bernard Fleetwood-Walker. He went on to teach art for 34 years. He was a memeber of RBSA, RWS , and Stratford-Upon-Avon Art Society. Neasom wrote that his aim was "only to express my feelings about a subject". He did a lot of on-the-spot drawing and could "... not work from photographs". The Vet, Oddingly; Crowle Old Barn; Little Comberton Church; Meon Hill at Dawn were among his main pictures. He wrote a number of illustrated articles for Leisure Painter. He lived in Redditch, Worcestershire.

Three Graces, 1960
Norman Neasom
Three Graces, 1960  For sale
£775
Canal at Hanbury, 1976
Norman Neasom
Canal at Hanbury, 1976  Sold