Margaret Halliden studied drawing in the College of Art, Dublin, and later spent three winters in Co Down doing full time study of colour and design with artist Kenneth Webb.

She paints in oils and acrylics. She is primarily a landscape artist. She seldom opts for panorama, preferring a “worm’s eye view”. Colour and strong design are a marked feature of her work. But in her tendancy towards abstraction, there is no loss of recognisable subject.

She has been a regular contributor to the RHA since 1965. She has had one man shows in Dublin, Belfast and London. The Irish Tourist Board selected her paintings for one of their promotions in Boston, USA.

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