FAMAG 2008.26.29 | Frost, Sir Terry RA (1915-2003): Orchard Tambourine B, printer: Stoneman, Hugh (1947-2005), publisher: The Paragon Press,...

FAMAG 2008.26.29 | Frost, Sir Terry RA (1915-2003): Orchard Tambourine B, printer: Stoneman, Hugh (1947-2005), publisher: The Paragon Press,...

Red on Yellow Rhythm Silkscreen Print by Sir Terry Frost

Red on Yellow Rhythm Silkscreen Print by Sir Terry Frost

Sir Terry Frost - Green, Black and White Movement 1951 Terry Frost is perhaps better known for his paintings that use highly saturated hues. But I love the subtlety of these chromatic greys.

Sir Terry Frost - Green, Black and White Movement 1951 Terry Frost is perhaps better known for his paintings that use highly saturated hues. But I love the subtlety of these chromatic greys.


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Vertical Rhythms by Sir Terry Frost (1915- 2003) was an English artist, based in Cornwall and was noted for his abstracts. In 1992, he was elected a Royal Academician and he was knighted in 2000.

Vertical Rhythms by Sir Terry Frost (1915- 2003) was an English artist, based in Cornwall and was noted for his abstracts. In 1992, he was elected a Royal Academician and he was knighted in 2000.

Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003) was an English artist noted for his abstracts. Started painting while a prisoner of war in Germany 1943. Moved to St Ives 1946 and studied under Leonard Fuller; then studied from 1947 at the Camberwell School of Art under Pasmore and Coldstream. In 1992, he was elected a Royal Academician and he was knighted in 2000.

Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003) was an English artist noted for his abstracts. Started painting while a prisoner of war in Germany 1943. Moved to St Ives 1946 and studied under Leonard Fuller; then studied from 1947 at the Camberwell School of Art under Pasmore and Coldstream. In 1992, he was elected a Royal Academician and he was knighted in 2000.

FAMAG 2008.26.29 | Frost, Sir Terry RA (1915-2003): Orchard Tambourine B, printer: Stoneman, Hugh (1947-2005), publisher: The Paragon Press,...

FAMAG 2008.26.29 | Frost, Sir Terry RA (1915-2003): Orchard Tambourine B, printer: Stoneman, Hugh (1947-2005), publisher: The Paragon Press,...

Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003) was a British artist and teacher who created works in abstract shapes grounded in natural forms that used colour and light to produce a sense of delight in life. Frost began his career as a painter while a prisoner of war in Germany during World War II.

Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003) was a British artist and teacher who created works in abstract shapes grounded in natural forms that used colour and light to produce a sense of delight in life. Frost began his career as a painter while a prisoner of war in Germany during World War II.

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