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Norman Aubrey McDaniel Keene

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1921. The Sea Birds Migrate by Norman Keene.[1]
1928. Serenade Moderne by Norman Keene.[2]
1930. Christmas Eve on the Airway by Norman Keene.[3]
1930. A Happy New Year by Norman Keene.[4]

Norman Aubrey McDaniel Keene (1886-1965), artist specialising in automotive. He painted posters for Derry and Toms, Ffestiniog Railway, Wright's Coal Tar Soap, Shell and illustrated numerous books.

1886 January 28th. Born in Newport, Mon., the son of Edward Keene, Wharfinger's Clerk, and his wife Elizabeth A.

1939 Living at 143 The Vale, Hendon, an Artist, Commercial Illustrator, and Art Designer. With Pauline Keene.[5]

1965 November 30th. Died, of 133 Drovers Way, Woodley, near Reading.

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Sources of Information

  1. The Bystander - Wednesday 28 September 1921
  2. The Bystander - Wednesday 04 April 1928
  3. The Tatler - Friday 28 November 1930
  4. The Tatler - Wednesday 31 December 1930
  5. 1939 Census