Friday, 19 March 2010

Meredith Frampton (1894 - 1984)

"Margeurite Kelsey" 1928

"A game of patience" 1937

"Winifred Radford" 1921

"Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins" 1938

"Young woman" 1935


Steven Brown said...

Gorgeous work!! Especially "Margeurite Kelsey." Thanks for the post!

le style et la matière said...

Day after day - such varied and wonderful works.Bravo!

© gómez losada said...

Dear Art Inconnu, your blog is a nice and necesary work, these painting are Universal History of Art, thanks for all

Keith said...

I recently saw 'Game of Patience' in the flesh at the Dark Monarch exhibition at Tate St Ives (now finished), so fascinating to see more work by this artist - captures the thirties so eloquently.

Dee said...

you are my hero, love love love these.

James A. Smith said...

I visit Frampton's work at the Tate Modern several times a year. There is something mesmerising about Kelsey, and the Young Woman... I want to know their stories, and am lost in admiration of the brushwork that brought them to life for us. Thanks for posting the images!