Franklin White (1892-1975) ‘The Hay Cart’

£160.00

34 x 23cms
Signed watercolour dated 1924.  Framed and glazed.

Franklin White 1892-1975

Born in Adelaide in Australia, his family moved to England in 1913 He was inspired to paint after frequent visits to the National Gallery. He studied in England and Paris, and was accepted by the Slade School of Fine Art in 1915, and returned there in 1919 after the war. He was then invited to join the staff there.
He exhibited at the Agnew and Redfern Galleries and the NEAC. After retiring from the Slade in 1957, he founded the Samuel Palmer School of Art in Shoreham, Sussex, where he made his home. FW was a mainstream artist and fine draughtsman.
His work is held by the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Ashmoleon Museum, Oxford and in many public and private collections. Private owners included the late Queen Mother.

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34 x 23cms
Signed watercolour dated 1924. Framed and glazed.

Franklin White 1892-1975

Born in Adelaide in Australia, his family moved to England in 1913 He was inspired to paint after frequent visits to the National Gallery. He studied in England and Paris, and was accepted by the Slade School of Fine Art in 1915, and returned there in 1919 after the war. He was then invited to join the staff there.
He exhibited at the Agnew and Redfern Galleries and the NEAC. After retiring from the Slade in 1957, he founded the Samuel Palmer School of Art in Shoreham, Sussex, where he made his home. FW was a mainstream artist and fine draughtsman.
His work is held by the British Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum, Ashmoleon Museum, Oxford and in many public and private collections. Private owners included the late Queen Mother.