Alfred Daniels was an English artist known for his unique naive-inspired works which depicted genre scenes and landscapes with humorous genre scenes and landscapes. His style was greatly influenced by other modernist artists like Lowry and Stanley Spencer.
He was also an influential business leader, serving on the boards of Federated Department Stores and I. Magnin. His efforts helped tone down their stuffy image while broadening their appeal.
Early Life and Education
Daniels began his career as a janitor at Chicago’s Chess Records, where he gained an inside view of the recording industry. Later he managed a wholesale record store where he met artists like Muddy Waters, Etta James and Ramsey Lewis.
Daniels began studying art at Woolwich Polytechnic before entering military service in 1943. Following this time he resumed his studies at Hornsey College of Art and Sir John Cass School of Art – later teaching there himself – where he also became a member. Daniels became part of both Royal Society of British Artists and Royal Watercolour Society where he regularly displayed his artworks while simultaneously offering critical commentary about himself.
He was an active philanthropist and served on the boards of National Retail Merchants Association, Associated Merchandising Corp, First National Bank of Miami and Laguna Honda Hospital as trustee and was also a member of Harvard, Concordia, Lotos clubs in New York City and Bankers Club of San Francisco.
Danny Lowry for Londoners” was an accomplished realist painter best known for his depictions of urban life in the 1950s. Born into a Jewish family in Bow, East End of London and initially working commercially, during World War II Danny served in the RAF before studying art at Royal College of Art after World War II; during which time he also won Football Association art competition together with Lowry (alongside L S Lowry). Later teaching at Hornsey College of Art and Sir John Cass School of Art during this period as well.
He brought an outstanding combination of integrity and humor to his work, expertly depicting Billingsgate Market, Tower Bridge, or Brighton beach with whimsical flair.
Achievement and Honors
Professionally, she served as the first female President of CAI (Community Associations International), and was honored as its Executive Director of the Year. Additionally, she served on many national and local charity boards; additionally being a member of both American Society of Association Executives and National Woman’s Political Caucus.
She has also been profiled in notable publications such as Marquis Who’s Who biographical volumes from 1994 and 2000, receiving the International Cultural Diploma of Honor Award that year.
She has several acting credits to her name, such as playing Metis leader Gabriel Dumont in the two-part Canadian TV miniseries Big Bear. Additionally, she is widely respected for her advocacy work since pursuing indigenous politics and activism since the 1970s.
Alfred Daniels was an outspoken artist with integrity and humor, not afraid to critique both his own work and that of other artists. His paintings always showcased unique characteristics about buildings, people or animals in Billingsgate Market, Tower Bridge or Brighton Beach scenes he painted – each was full of life!
He became a member of both the Royal Watercolor Society in 1973 and Royal Society of British Artists where he later served as Keeper. Additionally, he wrote several books on painting and drawing as well as had numerous solo exhibitions including Zwemmer Gallery from 1955 and later Belgrave Gallery in 1989. Additionally he taught both at Hornsey College of Art as well as Sir John Cass School of Art in London.
Dharius Daniels is a pastor, author and motivational speaker with an estimated net worth of over $1 Million. He serves as lead pastor of Change Church – an inclusive multisite and multiregional ministry serving people of various socioeconomic backgrounds – making money through preaching engagements, book sales and speaking fees.
Artist and teacher; at Hornsey College of Art (1948-9); Woolwich Polytechnic 1943-4; service in Royal Air Force 1943-4; part-time Royal College of Art 1947-50 as teacher/painter/teacher of painting classes for young artists at both institutions; cat painting.
He prefers to keep his personal and love life private; however, he shares his spiritual journey on Instagram and is committed to helping others achieve success and live fulfilled lives. Currently residing in Atlanta, Georgia.