Biography

Frank Graham Bell (21 November 1910 – 9 August 1943), known as Graham, was a painter of portraits, landscapes and still-life, and a founder member of the realist Euston Road School. He was also a journalist and writer on art and the artist. Born in South Africa, he spent most of his career in Britain (1931-1943), where he died in a flying accident during World War II.

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Artworks

Graham Bell Miss Anne Popham

1937–8

Graham Bell Dover Front

1938

Artist as subject

Sir William Coldstream On the Map

1937

Features

Euston Road School

The Euston Road School was a British realist group formed in 1938 of artists who either taught or studied at ...

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