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(1902 — 1984)
Edward Halliday began his artistic training at the Liverpool School of Art and later the Royal College of Art, London. In 1925 Halliday was awarded a scholarship to study Decorative Painting at the British School in Rome, where he remained for three years developing his distinctive approach to composition. On his return, Halliday produced three large mural panels for the Athenaeum Club Library in his native Liverpool. His work can be found in numerous collections throughout Britain and Europe.