Graham Fisher Welstead is a teacher, painter, polemical essay writer and lecturer. His essays and lectures are wide-ranging, dealing with subjects as diverse as the death of JFK, the sense and nonsense of Abstract Painting, a new look at Bellini's 'Saint Francis', and the confusion at the heart of the ideas of Richard Dawkins. He is particularly interested in correcting factual inaccuracies and false impressions. His essays and lectures are available to order or book and he is also now offering personal assistance to others who may need help in composing their own essays.
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