One of the leading Irish landscape artists of the mid-late 20th Century, Kenneth Webb was born in London in 1927. He studied drawing and painting at the Cheltenham/Gloucester College of Art 1948-52, exhibiting at he Royal Academy (RA) in 1949 before becoming Head of Painting at Ulster College of Art, Belfast 1953-60. There, his colleagues included other talented Irish artists including Tom Carr, John Luke and Colin Midlleton. In 1957 Webb founded the Irish school of landscape painting and over the next 30 years showed his paintings in numerous solo exhibitions in Europe and North America.
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