Bob Crossley (1912-2010) was an abstract artist of the St Ives School. He was born in Cheshire and raised in Rochdale. After war service Crossley studied art at the Mid Day Studios in Manchester and he later exhibited there and at the MAFA (the Manchester Academy of Fine Art). He moved to St Ives in Cornwall 1959 and soon became interested in abstraction. He was elected a member of the Penwith Society 1960 and of the Newlyn Society 1961, and had three solo shows with the Penwith Society in 1979, 1987 & 1999. During the mid 1960s, Crossley lived and worked in London for a few years, during which time he developed his interest in printmaking. He returned to Cornwall in the early 1970s and maintained a studio at Portmeor.

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