Press Release & News

Alfred Gregory Eagers was born and educated in Yorkshire. At the age of 10 he had his first drawing ('Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Fin') published in 'Punch' Annual, success which was followed a year later by a second published drawing in 'Tatler Review'. Further proving his talent and drive, A. G. Eagers successfully took the appropriate examination for Batley School of Art entrance at the age of 14, competing with other student aged 17 and 18.
Throughout his career Alfred Gregory Eagers has been many times celebrated for his outstanding work and spirit. To list only a few of the awards would have to mention: National Award for Government Poster Design, The Salts Foundation Bursary, The Gulbenkian Trust Award, Honorary member of the Artists Union of Romania. 
Born and educated in Yorkshire.
Alfred Gregory Eagers has exhibited in London and UK provinces as well as abroad.


Bronte Commission - Bronte Society of Chicago, USA
'Human Stress' - Barclays Bank, Head office, Brussells
Royal Commissions - A series of 5 drawings for Prince Charles as C IN C Royal Air Force, Private Suite Brawdy Air

Poetry and Writing.

Alfred's writing and poetry has been published and recorded in an eclectic form. Sometimes written in conjunction with his paintings. In some cases the one has been the catalyst for the other (see "The Terezin Poem" and "Never to See the Morning").

Currently working on poem illustrations.

In process is a DVD voice-over, film visuals and sound for "The Monologue - 'The Wolf and the Seagull Quark'".

Some of his work has been broadcast by interview and in some cases, as with "The Terezin Poem" and "Never to See the Morning", as a poetry reading.

Alfred has broadcast with the B.B.C. World Service from Eastern Europe, Radio Budapest, Radio 1 (Ireland), Manx Radio and B.B.C. Hereford & Worcester.

On location in St. David's