The greatest right in the world is the right to be wrong.
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Harry Weinberger was born in Berlin, Germany. He was a British artist. He was 'a trenchant defender of traditional painting', who fought passionately against the dominant art school conventions of his day. Primarily a painter with a love of colour, he also taught art and illustrated books. He taught art at schools in London and Reading, then at a teacher training college in Manchester in the early 1960s and later became Head of Painting at Lanchester Polytechnic where he worked for nearly 20 years. He retired from teaching in 1983 to focus on his studio career.
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