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FINN, Michael

Michael Finn (1921–2002), was a painter, sculptor, administrator and teacher, who grew up near Brooklands, Surrey and trained at Kingston School of Art. After serving in World War II in the Royal Air Force, Finn was trained by Carel Weight at The Royal College of Art, Finn taught in Somerset, then became head of Falmouth School of Art, 1958–72, and Bath Academy of Art, Corsham, 1972–82, starting to paint full time in the latter year. Earthy, luminous colours were a characteristic of his work, which was shown in Artists from Cornwall, Exhibited at The Salthouse Gallery and The RWA from 1992. He also took part in mixed shows at Newlyn Orion Gallery, Penzance, at the Wolf at the Door Gallery, and at Penwith Society of Arts. Solo shows were held at David Messum’s, Festival Gallery, Bath, 1978; Newlyn Orion, 1989; and Newlyn and Falmouth Art Galleries, both 2001. Finn lived in St Just, Cornwall.


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