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Frank Thomas Carter (1853-1934)

Cullercoats Point, Northumberland

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Cullercoats Point also known as Marconi Point. This lovely oil painting is by a well known local artist who was born Warkworth, Northumberland. Represented at the Laing Art gallery, Newcastle, Shipley, Gateshead and South Shields Museum and Art Gallery. There is a detailed write up on the artist in Marshall Hall's book 'The Artists of Northumbria' 

Oil on board   39cm x 64cm (15" x 25")  Signed  

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ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Frank Thomas Carter (1853-1934)

Carter took up painting when he was given a painters outfit to dispose of by a friend. As he became more accomplished it was obvious the he was a talented artist.

He began exhibiting his work at the Bewick Club, Newcastle and in 1898 sent his first work to the Royal Academy, 'Vale of Aln'. 

He became a regular exhibitor at the Royal Academy, The Royal Hibernian Academy, The Suffolk Street Gallery, Royal Cambrian Academy and the Royal Institute of Painters.

Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead and South Shields Museum hold examples of his work.

Artwork Tags: Marine | Northumbrian | Oil

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