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Charlotte was born in 1935. She studied at the Royal Academy Schools, London where, under the influence of Henry Rushbury and Albert Richardson, she began to find her own voice as an artist. She was awarded the Silver Medal for drawing and her talent was soon recognized in the world outside the Academy. Commissions started to roll in while she was still a student. The most important was for the engineers constructing he Shell Centre in the late 1950’s for whom she produced 16 large drawings as the project developed, starting with the foundations and continuing during the years it tool to complete. This commission set her on the road as a professional freelance artist that she continues to be today.

Charlotte was born in 1935. She studied at the Royal Academy Schools, London where, under the influence of Henry Rushbury and Albert Richardson, she began to find her own voice as an artist. She was awarded the Silver Medal for drawing and her talent was soon recognized in the world outside the Academy. Commissions started to roll in while she was still a student. The most important was for the engineers constructing he Shell Centre in the late 1950’s for whom she produced 16 large drawings as the project developed, starting with the foundations and continuing during the years it tool to complete. This commission set her on the road as a professional freelance artist that she continues to be today.

Charlotte Halliday has exhibited widely in group exhibitions in London. She has been Keeper of the New English Art Club since 1989 and her work has won many awards. Her sensitive and poetic interpretations are always in demand.

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