Artist Gallery | Frank Bramley [1857 – 1915] English


Frank Bramley RA (6 May 1857 – 9 August 1915) was an English post-impressionist genre painter of the Newlyn School. Bramley was born in Sibsey, near Boston, in Lincolnshire. He studied from 1879 to 1882 at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, where Charles Verlat was his instructor.

Bramley specialised in interiors and worked on combining natural and artificial light in his paintings, such as A Hopeless Dawn. “During his time in Newlyn, Bramley was a particular exponent of the ‘square brush technique’, using the flat of a square brush to lay the paint on the canvas in a jigsaw pattern of brush strokes, giving a particular vibrancy to the paint surface. In the early 1890s, his palette became brighter and his handling of the paint looser and more impastoed, while his subject matter narrowed to portraits and rural genre paintings.”

Bramley died in Chalford Hill, Gloucestershire in August 1915. Source [WikiPedia]


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