arthur dooley
a new liverpool folk song written and performed by tony flanagan
Arthur Dooley who died in 1994 was an apprentice welder in Birkenhead before he became a sculptor. He attended St Martins College in London in 1953, working to begin with as a cleaner, and held his first exhibition in 1962.

His most famous sculpture is his tribute to the Beatles in Mathew Street which depicts the Madonna and the Beatles with the enscription Four lads who shook the world beneath.But there was much more to arthur than that.



By tony flanagan tony flanagan

This story was added on 29th October 2010

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