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Biographical Statement:

     Harold Arthur Drury was born in Seattle, Washington.  He attended the Elam School of Fine Arts in Auckland, New Zealand and frequented the local museum of Native Maori art.  His sojourn to London's bustling art scene of the 40's brought him an artist's grant from Sir Edward Marsh, secretary of state to Sir Winston Churchill and a leading patron of the arts.  The Tate gallery exhibited Drury's work in 1950 and his paintings were reviewed by John Russell of the London Sunday Times.

     Drury has since exhibited at the Musee d'Art Moderne, Paris; the Petit Palais, Paris;  The New Zealand Arts Council, Auckland;  The Individuals Gallery, New York City and the Bundy Gallery, Vermont, his current place of residence.  He is represented by his daughter Carol Rosalinde Drury Wilson.


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