Meet Henry the homeless artist
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Homeless artist brightening up Oxford's streets

A homeless painter living in a bus shelter is adding a splash of colour to Oxford's streets with his artwork.

Henry McGrath, 60, is originally from Liverpool and was sent to a Blackburn orphanage by his parents.

He has served a number of prison sentences for crimes, including burglary.

He now paints landscapes and abstracts on canvas on the pavement near the city's old Radcliffe Infirmary.

  • 04 Aug 2016