Pearson, George Henry (1919-2009)
George Pearson was a British-born artist who studied at Kingston School of Art and later became a part-time member of the teaching staff. He was also engaged as a part-time teacher of Art for the Inner London Educational Authority. Over the years his work was widely exhibited in group and mixed shows in London and throughout the country, and many works were purchased by private collectors. He became a professional member of The Artists International Association and exhibited regularly with them. He has had four one-man shows in London. He carried out large scale mural decorations at the County Hall, Kingston-upon-Thames; the Roman Catholic Church, Limehouse, London; and religious paintings of his appear in The Church of St. Alphege, Edmonton, London; The Theological College Alfriston, Sussex. Holocaust paintings, Auschwitz Museum, Poland and the Ben Uri Art Gallery, London. Tel El-Kebir, Egypt: Imperial War Museum, London.