Hall, Fred (Frederick) (1860-1948) by Scholes, Robert

Hall, Fred (Frederick) (1860 – 1948) He was born in Yorkshire, where his father had a medical practice. Hall is best known for his landscape and rustic genre paintings. He first studied at the Lincoln School of Art, before moving with the artist to Antwerp to study under Charles Verlat. On his return to England he was to become one of the most permanent and accomplished members of the Newlyn School in Cornwall. He worked there from 1883 until 1898 with artists such as and Frank Bramley. Frank Bramley Stanhope Forbes

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