This exhibition celebrates an empathetic connection between the two painters who became life long friends. It is a story that started at the stimulating institution of Edinburgh College of Art which became re-known for its exciting artists including tutor Charles Pulsford and pupil Harry Anderson, working class boys from Fife who struggled for artistic expression throughout the 20th Century.
Harry Anderson lived and worked in Harlow for the last 40 years of his life with a studio at Parndon Mill. He died in the summer of 2002 with an unfinished painting still wet on his easel.
Saturday 4th November 12 - 1pm.
'Hidden Treasures' a talk by Mark Pulsford 'The Influence of artists from Edinburgh School of Art'