Edward Reginald Frampton (1870 – 4 November 1923) was a British painter who specialized in murals, specifically war memorials at churches. He painted in a flat, stately style, and was influenced by French Symbolism. He also worked in stained glass, most probably learning from his father, Edward Frampton, who was a stained-glass artist. His work usually depicted symbolic subjects and landscapes; early in his career he made sculpture.
Edward Reginald Frampton Brittany: 1914c.1920