Harvey Daniels

Harvey Daniels (British, b. 1936)

Harvey Daniels was born in London in 1936. He studied at Willesden School of Art. London University, Slade (London) and Brighton College of Art (now University of Brighton. He was a lecturer at Brighton College Art and Brighton Polytechnic. In 2001 he moved his French studio to Lezan, Gard.

Solo exhibitions of his work include: 2006 Open House, Brighton Festival, Brighton, England, 2005 Open House, Brighton Festival, Brighton, England, 2004 Galerie Kämmerling Aachen , Germany, 2003 Galerie Eclats d’ Art ‘Aspects’ Harvey Daniels with Judy Stapleton Uzes, France.

Publications Include: 1988 Exhibition – a portfolio of 15 screen prints with title page and original inlaid cover. Printed by Jane Sampson, bound by Roger Green and published in an edition of 30. First exhibited in British Livres d’Artiste, The Hardware Gallery, London, 1988 The Day Book: 378 British Artists , edited by Andrew Jones. First exhibited at Smith’s Gallery, London, 1986 Article for Peacock Printmakers catalogue, Talbot Rice Gallery, University of Edinburgh, in conjunction with Peacock Printmakers, Aberdeen 1974 Printing , Paul Hamlyn, 1972 Exploring Printmaking for Young People; Simple Printmaking for Children (with Silvie Turner), Van Nostrand Reinhold 1970.

Works in Public Collections include Grampian Hospitals Arts Trust, Museum of Modern Art (MOMA), New York, Metropolitan Museum, New York, Yale University Art Gallery, Newhaven, Bergens Kunstforening, Berlin, Victoria and Albert Museum, London, City Art Gallery, Leeds, Tower Art Gallery, Oldham, University of Sussex, Falmer, Brighton,
University of Brighton.