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  • Frank Moss Bennett

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    Art Brokerage: Frank Moss Bennett British Artist: b. 1874-1953. Frank Moss Bennett was born in Liverpool, England. He was a painter of portraits, genre, hunt and historical scenes. He was also a well known illustrator. He moved to London and studied at St. John's Wood Art School, the Slade School and the Royal Academy Schools. At the Royal Academy Schools he won a gold medal and a traveling scholarship, which was quite an impressive accomplishment. Frank Moss Bennett began to exhibit at the Royal Academy in 1898 at the age of 24 and continued to do so until 1928. Such titles exhibited at the Royal Academy were "A Book Plate", 1898, "The Greek Runner Ladas Falling Dead as he goes to Receive his Crown at Olympia", 1900 and "Gay Birds", 1903. He also exhibited at the "Salon des Artistes Francais" in Paris, France in 1912 as well as at the British Institution. Bennett's work came to the public attention through popular reproductions produced by Foreman's of Nottingham in Calendar form and as prints which seemed to grace every English Pub in the earlier part of the 20th Century. They were as popular then as they are today because Bennett was able to capture slices of life and tell stories from by-gone periods. He died in London in 1953. Listings wanted.

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Untitled Bronze Sculpture 24 in Sculpture - Frank Moss Bennett

Frank Moss Bennett

Untitled Bronze Sculpture 24 in

Sculpture: Bronze, Foundry Signature w/ Stamp, Not numbered

Size: 24x24x24 in  | 61x61x61 cm
Bronze Sculpture $3,795
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