James Lloyd

1905–1974

James Lloyd, ‘Cat and Mouse’ 1967
Cat and Mouse 1967
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Frederick James Lloyd (12 October 1905, Alsager, England – 1974), more commonly known as James Lloyd, was an English artist. He became famous for his paintings, mostly of animals and country landscapes.

He was the first living self-taught artist to have a painting hung at the Tate in London, titled Cat and Mouse.

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