(1927 - 2005)
Norman Adams was active/lived in England, France. Norman Adams is known for abstract religious theme, landscape and butterfly painting.
A prominent 20th-century British painter of religious subjects, landscapes, and butterflies,, Norman Adams did both small and large-scale work in abstract and realist styles. He was an elected member of the Royal Academy of London, and many of his religious paintings are in church collections in England. St. Anselm's Church at Kennington has a set of paintings based on The Pilgrim's Progress; and Stations of the Cross, a set of 15 paintings, is in The Church of Our Lady of Lourdes in Milton Keynes, and another set is at St. Mary's Church in Manchester.
Norman Adams was born in 1927, and called to action during World War
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