Sir Terence Ernest Manitou Frost RA (13 October 1915 – 1 September 2003) was a British abstract artist, who worked in Newlyn, Cornwall. Frost was renowned for his use of the Cornish light, colour and shape to start a new art movement in England. He became a leading exponent of abstract art and a recognised figure of the British art establishment.
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Art TermAlthough they did not see themselves as part of a group or school, the term St Ives School is often ...
Tate EtcTerry Frost (1915–2003) is known for his exuberant and colourful paintings and works on paper, but for a short ...
Tate Etc‘The wall between Ben’s and Terry Frost's studio was so thin we could hear sounds through it. We ...
Tate EtcFor a few extraordinary years in the post-war era, the small town of St Ives was an art centre of ...