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Dennis Creffield

  Dennis Creffield was born in 1931 in London. He studied with David
Bomberg at the Borough Polytechnic, London 1948-51 and at the 
Slade School of Fine Art, London 1957-61 (winner of the Tonks Prize
for Life Drawing and the Steer Medal for Landscape Painting). 
  Prizewinner of the John Moore’s Liverpool Exhibition 1961, Gregory
Fellow in Painting at the University of Leeds 1964-68, he has been
awarded also Arts Council Major Award for Painting 1977 and Abbey
Scholarship 1997. 
  Dennis Creffield has been commissioned many times including a 
project for the South Bank Board to draw all the Medieval Cathedrals
of England 1987. Dennis Creffield’s works appears in many public
galleries including the Art Council of Great Britain, Tate Gallery 
in London and the House of Commons.


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