Michael Gordon-Lee was born in Harrow and attended Hammersmith College of Art. He has been employed as a council landscape architect and lived in Cheshire when this painting was produced. This scene of West Kirby on the Wirral peninsular near Liverpool may appear rather odd at first sight, but the green background expanse is actually reed beds on the sea shore, so it is in fact a very true to life picture of the scene.
More recently the artist has been working on sculptures in wood and bronze. Examples of his work are on the Devon Artists Network web site.
Gordon-Lee has regularly exhibited with the Pastel Society in London and was elected a member in 1984.
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