HOWARD, Diana Rosemary

1947 - ?

Born at Wallington, Surrey on 31 March 1947, daughter of Cyril C. Howard and his wife Grace I. née Kiddle, who married at Battersea in 1940. Diana studied at Sutton and Epsom Colleges of Art and, as a postgraduate student, at the Royal Academy Schools under Peter Greenham (1909-1992) 1969-1971, gaining a David Murray Studentships in Landscape 1967-1969 and Landseer Prize and Royal Academy Schools Bronze Medal for Painting in 1970. She married at Chanctonbury, Sussex in 1972, fellow artist John E. Morley [q.v.] and they had one daughter. Diana was a painter in oil, watercolour and mixed media, and her artistic influences moved from Celtic mythology to eastern mysticism and her spiritual pictures have also shown an increasing reverence for elemental landscape. an Associate of Peter Blake's 'The Brotherhood of Ruralists' and included in their shows and has had mixed shows including the Royal Academy; Piccadilly Gallery, New Grafton Gallery and Arnolfini Gallery, Bristol and Cork Brick Gallery, Suffolk with solo shows at Festival Gallery, Bath 1982, Somerset Rual Life Museum Gallery 1988 and Chappel Galleries, Essex 1991. She lived at North Green, Stoven, Halesworth, Suffolk.




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