(1903 - 1985)
Phyllis Hayward was active/lived in England, Ireland. Phyllis Hayward is known for abstract, avant-garde painting.
Biography Phyllis Hayward
A member of the White Stag Group* and also the Society of Dublin
Painters, Phyllis Hayward was born in Portsmouth, England, and first studied
art there at the Portsmouth School of Art. She moved to London where
she studied part-time at the Central School of Art and came under
the influence of Basil Rakocsi's Society for Creative Psychology.
In 1940, Hayward moved to Dublin and began exhibiting with both the
White Stags and the Contemporary Pictures Gallery. Her work was
characterized by a dynamic use of line and bold colours. Together
with Rakocsi, Kenneth Hall, Mainie Jellett, and Patrick Scott she
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