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John Knapp-fisher

Artist Biography

John Knapp-Fisher

John Knapp-Fisher (August 1931 – 21 February 2015).

After studying graphic design and typography at Maidstone College of Art, he became involved in exhibition design and theatre design including scene construction and painting.

Turning to full-time painting in 1960, he lived and exhibited from his sea-going fishing boat for five years, exploring the rivers and estuaries of the South and East Coasts of England. John has exhibited widely in England, Wales, Europe, Africa and North America. John Knapp-Fisher was elected a member of the Royal Cambrian Academy 1992.

His work is in a number of public and many private collections. For the past thirty five years he has lived and painted in Pembrokeshire.

Following the sell-out success of the first edition of this delightful little book published in 1995 we are pleased to announce the publication of this revised edition, with additional notes from John Knapp-Fisher and reproductions of his more recent work, together with a new introduction by Robin Bradbury and an appraisal of John and his work by Robert Hurdle.

This book is 5" x 7" and contains 128 pages with over 100 coloured images. Senecio are sure that the revised edition of this collectable little hardback will appeal to all those who love both John's work and Pembrokeshire.