Dickon Hall completed an MA at the Courtauld Institute of Art in 1995 and since then has written extensively on twentieth century Irish art. As well as publishing monographs on Colin Middleton and Nevill Johnson, Dickon Hall has written essays for journals and exhibition catalogues, including for the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Naughton Gallery, the Irish Arts Review and the Arts Council of the Isle of Man, and is preparing a catalogue essay for an exhibition on Colin Middleton to be held at the Ulster Museum in 2022, based on research for his PhD (awarded by Ulster University in 2018). Hall wrote an essay on T.P. Flanagan and Colin Middleton for the catalogue accompanying Bonham’s 2015 exhibition ‘Across a Roaring Hill’, and has been commissioned to write notes on works by T.P. Flanagan by James Adam and Sons in Dublin. He has given talks at the Ulster Museum, the National Gallery of Ireland, the F.E. McWilliam Gallery and the Crawford Gallery.