Harvey Daniels was a British artist born in London in 1936. He received his art education from the Willesden College of Art, Slade School of Fine Art in London, and Brighton College of Art.
Daniels was primarily an abstract artist with a Pop art influence. He exhibited extensively throughout Europe and the United States, with solo exhibitions at Paintworks Gallery in Chicago in 1990, the Barbican Centre in 1993, and retrospectives at Brighton University Gallery in 1998 and the Peacock Gallery in Aberdeen, Scotland in 2000.
Daniels was a member of the Printmakers Council of Great Britain and taught at Brighton College of Art and London University. He was also honored by the Royal Watercolour Society in 2003.
Daniels' works are held in major public collections including the British Council Collection, London University, Trinity College Oxford, and the Museum of Modern Art and Metropolitan Museum in New York. He lived and worked in France until his death in 2006.