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Stephen Liddle

Stephen Liddle is an artist living and working on the outskirts of Stoke-on-Trent. Originally from a North East England mining town, he studied illustration in Wrexham, North Wales and a few years in London moved to Stoke in the mid 90s. 

Fascinated by the industrial landscape and history of the area, and the similarities with the terrace streets of the North East, he began walking the city, sketching, photographing, painting the buildings of Stoke-on-Trent's industrial heritage.

Stephen grew up in Spennymoor a settlement originally built in the 1930's in County Durham. This is also the place where artist and Pitman painter Norman Cornish studied at the art school set up for the miners. Cornish was the last surviving member of the 'Pitman's Academy' art school at the Spennymoor Settlement in County Durham in North East England and Stephen sites Cornish as an influence in his work. 


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