About David Anthony Hall:
David Anthony Hall ’s work exudes a sense of calm and – hardly surprisingly – has been used by architects and designers to add a sense of soul to their buildings. Most recently he was commissioned by the cancer charity, Marie Curie to provide images to welcome patients and their families to the charities latest, twenty million pound, facility in Solihull, which was opened last year by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
To date, Hall has raised or donated works in excess of £100,000 GBP to various charities including; Cancer Research UK, Macmillan Cancer Care, Focus on Life, The Art Room, PhotoVoice, Children’s Acute Transport Service and Marie Curie Cancer Care.
Hall’s work is held in private collections in fifteen countries, as well Great Ormond Street Hospital and Tavistock Centre in London; London Bergamo Hospital in Italy; St. Anthony’s Hospital in St.Louis, USA, public art installation to help promote well-being in St Wilfrid’s Hospice, East Sussex and Marie Curie Hospice in the West Midlands. Hall has also taken part in more than thirty group shows and five solo shows. His pictures have been shown in venues ranging from The Royal College of Art to The Royal Academy of Art and from New York to Singapore.