St George’s Hall: The Art of Frank Green

Saturday 4 July – Monday 31 August 2015

10.00 – 16.00 daily

£2.50 entrance fee

A major retrospective exhibition of the work of Liverpool artist, Frank Green, will be held at Liverpool’s St George’s Hall this summer.

Following on from the hugely successful Frank Green and the Welsh Builders exhibition at Plas Glyn-y-Weddw in North Wales earlier this year, in which the Welsh builders who contributed to the architectural wealth of Liverpool were celebrated. Frank is now thrilled to be one of the first artists to have his work displayed at the new galleries at St George’s Hall.

Frank Green has been drawing and painting Liverpool cityscapes since he was a student at Liverpool College of Art, Hope Street, in the 1960s; and whilst the exhibition will focus, for the most part, on pictures of Liverpool (streets, churches, pubs and city views), there will be a selection of rarely-seen fine sepia drawings of Malta, and watercolours of France, Italy and Wales.

Visitors can expect to see a vast body of work attesting to Frank’s great fondness for the city of Liverpool, its people and architecture; and will feature the artist’s work in watercolour, oil, pastel, conté crayon, pencil, and pen and ink across the 6 new galleries in the basement of St George’s Hall.

For more news on Frank Green, and to view a selection of prints by the artist in his online shop, visit www.frankgreen.co.uk

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