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rainbird

(ˈreɪnˌbɜːd)
n
(Animals) any of various birds, such as (in Britain) the green woodpecker, whose cry is supposed to portend rain
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Rainbird exhibited at the Palace of Arts in the North East Coast Exhibition of 1929 and the Royal Academy in 1924 and 1930, and made trips to France and Belgium to paint.
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Victor Noble Rainbird, who lived in North Shields, won a series of awards while studying art at Armstrong College in Newcastle and the Royal Academy in London.
"In the end it was a great tragedy that Rainbird didn't go on to become a name in the wider art world, but its loss was our gain."
PERHAPS I may be allowed to make a small contribution to efforts of Ms Gersten and Mr Rainbird.
And it was the enthusiastic public response to an exhibition of the work of Victor Noble Rainbird in his home town of North Shields which raised the funds for the headstone.
The restored picture will be on show at the memorial service at Christ Church on Tuesday along with other important Rainbird pieces.
The two pictures by Victor Rainbird showing front line scenes in the First World War.
WHAT: A rare opportunity to see a stunning collection of paintings by Victor Noble Rainbird. Never before have so many of his paintings been displayed in his home town of North Shields.
After all, we can always change at Crewe or at the nearest proper mainline station to Merseyside - Manchester Piccadilly DA Rainbird, Wallasey, Wirral