Terry Frost

Terry Frost

Packing up home is always an interesting combination of hell and liberation – amongst my clutter are soem lovely Frost images – do you know his work?


Sir Terry Frost R.A  (born Terence Ernest Manitou Frost)  was an English artist noted for his abstracts.

Born in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire  England, in 1915, he did not become an artist until he was in his 30s. During his army service in World War II, he met and was taught by Adrian Heath while a prisoner of war. Subsequently, he attended Camberwell School of Art and the St. Ives School of Art. In 1951, he worked as an assistant to the sculptor Barbara Hepworth. His career included teaching at the Bath Academy of Art, serving as Gregory Fellow at the University of Leeds, and teaching at the Cyprus College of Art. Later he became the artist in residence  and Professor of Painting at the Department of Fine Art of the University of Reading.

In 1992, he was elected a Royal Academician and he was knighted in 1998.


Wonderful colour and freedom and eye.

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