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


6 comments:

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!