Paul McKee is an artist, who exhibits in the UK and whose work is collected widely. Paul trained at Liverpool School of Art, in the late 1970s, where he received a BA in Fine Art. Following a period as an art teacher, Paul worked in Art Galleries and Museums, gaining a Master’s Degree, from University College London, in Museum Studies.
Paul's paintings in oil and mixed media and drawings in charcoal, pastel and ink are full of colour and life. Landscapes, still lives, mythical subjects and the figure are rendered in a semi-abstract manner and are synthesised through memory and feeling. He identifies with the tradition of the romantic English landscape painters of the past, including Turner, Piper, Palmer, Sutherland and Nash, but he brings to his work a unique style, which has been developed over many years.
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