Irvine Major was a painter and graphic artist/printmaker from Christchurch.
He served in the Middle East and Italy during the Second World War. From 1949 he lived in Nelson where he was an active member of the Suter Art Society, exhibiting regularly and holding various offices. As the art master at Nelson College he counted Laurence Aberhart and Philip Clairmont among his pupils.
Image Dimensions: 850mm W x 670mm H
Framed Dimensions: 880mm W x 700mm H
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