Patrick Hayman (1915-1988) was a well known painter, draughtsman, maker of constructions and poet. He was born in London. As a young man he settled in New Zealand in 1936 and took up painting at the School of Art in Dunedin. He returned to London in 1947 and lived for a few years in the early 1950s in west Cornwall. He was an admirer of the work of Alfred Wallis. Hayman exhibited widely and had a number of one man shows in St Ives over a period of more than thirty years. He was also a member of the Penwith Society. His work is represented in a number of public collections, including the Tate Gallery, Arts Council Collection, Ben Uri Museum of Art, Cornwall Council, and Southampton City Art Gallery. In 2005 Belgrave Gallery published a book ‘Patrick Hayman – Visionary Artist’ by Mel Gooding.

Patrick Hayman - Portrait of Elspeth Spottiswood

Artist: Patrick HaymanTitle: Portrait of Elspeth Spottiswood in a GardenDescription: An unframed original drawing in ink, signed by the artist 'Hayman' lower right, of his friend the artist Elspeth Spottiswood (1926-2016), dating we think to circa 1980-82. The provenance..

Patrick Hayman - Untitled Silkscreen

Artist: Patrick HaymanTitle: Untitled SilkscreenDescription: An unframed original silkscreen print, dating we think to circa 1982, by Patrick Hayman. It is unsigned, without inscription, and came from the collection of his artist friend, Elspeth Spottiswood (1926-2016) who li..

Patrick Hayman - Woman and Child by the Sea

Artist: Patrick HaymanTitle: Woman and Child by the SeaDescription: An unframed original drawing in ink, signed by the artist 'Hayman' lower right, of what we believe to be a Cornish subject with a woman and child, a ship at sea and a steam train. The provenance is the e..