Richard Barry

Richard Barry started his formal education in the mid 1970's at Plymouth School of Art in the UK, where he was taught by Alexander Mackenzie, a member of the 'St Ives' group. He subsequently attended Stoke-on-Trent School of Art, gained a degree, and then moved to London, working for varied clients in advertising and editorial illustration. At the end of the 1990's he returned to fine art, and has since been producing numerous paintings and drawings, together with commissioned portraits. His studio and home is a converted chapel in Cornwall.

 
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