Biography for Edward Reginald Frampton
Brighton Grammar School, later Westminster School. He worked for seven years in his father's studio, later studying art in France and Italy.
Member of the RBA, 1894 (later resigned), elected member of ROI, member of the Tempera Society and Art Workers' Guild.
Frampton's art is influenced by his early work in stained glass and the Pre-Raphaelites. His subjects are usually religious or partially religious. He created many mural paintings, mainly in tempera, for churches. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Paris Salon and International Art exhibitions.
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