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Junction of the Lanes
© the artist. Photo credit: The University of York

Junction of the Lanes

Tom Weld (b.1946)

The University of York
Painter, draughtsman and teacher with a special interest in art and its relationship with the land and agriculture. He was born in Beaconsfield, Buckinghamshire, and was untrained. Weld started painting during reading for an English degree at university, after which he combined painting with teaching in many settings, except for several periods of about a year painting full-time. Group shows included Abbot Hall, Kendal; Bridport Art Centre, Dorset; Axminster Festival, Devon; and Yorkshire Moors Festival. Solo shows included St Catherine’s College, Oxford; York University; King’s Arms Yard, Dorchester, and at the Museum there; and 5 Dryden Street. Lived in North Eggardon, Powerstock, Bridport, Dorset.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)


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