Fred MILNER, 1860-1939
Frederick MILNER RBC, RWA
The artist arrived in St Ives from Cheltenham, after studying art at both Wakefield and Doncaster Art Schools. In the 1890s he exhibited views of Lelant at the Royal Academy.
From 1903 to the end of his life he lived at Zareba on Trelohyan Hill, but travelled extensively, painting not only in the Cotswolds and Kent, but also abroad in France, Spain and Portugal. At the March Show Day in 1911, he exhibited A Bracing Breeze to a Gale it Grew, Westward as the Sun Went Down, and Portalegre, all in oils, working from Piazza Studios, St Ives.
Working locally with STISA, he showed three large canvases at Show Day in 1924
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