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School of Art

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Display artist/maker:

Sir Frank William Brangwyn

Born: 1867, Belgium, Bruges   Died: 1956, Ditchling, Sussex

Painter, printmaker, illustrator and designer. Son of a Welsh architect working in Bruges. His family moved to London in 1875 where he studied at the South Kensington Art Schools and as an apprentice to William Morris (1834-1896) between 1882 and 1884. He travelled to South Africa, Venice and the Near East during the 1890s and won the Gold Medal at the 1891 Paris Salon. He later worked as an Official War Artist during the First World War. He produced etchings and painted large murals including a series for the Rockefeller Center in New York and the 'British Empire Panels', the latter being a rejected commission for the House of Lords and which are now located at the Guildhall in Swansea. As an illustrator his published work included 'Don Quixote', 1895, 'A Spliced Yarn', 1899, 'The Spirit of the Age', 1905, and 'Rubaiyat', 1909

Objects in the collections associated with this artist/maker

Exodus PR3164 Prints

Gateway of Avila PR528 Prints