A Bit of Brit: Meredith Frampton (1894-1984)

by Matthew Innis |

Though it might be supposed that being raised in his parents studios would have encouraged the young Frampton to want to be an artist, in these early years he was, in his own words, “more interested in motor cars, machinery, screwdrivers and spanners.”  Nevertheless,

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