Jon Harris has lived aloft in the same central city flat since 1964. Duncan Robinson once describes him as ‘a fixture in Cambridge, a kind of prematurely wise owl, peering down from his perch above the rooftops of Trinity and Green Streets’. Jon was born in 1943, his father a naval engineer, of New Zealand origin, his mother the daughter of a Scottish doctor. His works have been widely exhibited in East Anglian and London galleries and found their way into many a private collection.
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