Derrick Greaves is one of the most eminent British painters and is extensively represented in museum and public collections. He  initially gained acclaim in the 1950s, when he represented Britain at the Venice Biennale along with the other 'Kitchen-Sink' painters: Bratby, Middleditch and Smith. However, his work swiftly developed into a more heraldic style that paralleled 1960s Pop Art. 

Enquiries: JAMES HYMAN GALLERY