Frank Egginton RCA FIAL

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Frank Egginton RCA FIAL

Frank Egginton was a landscape painter born in Cheshire in 1908. His family moved to Devon when his father was appointed headmaster at the College of Art. Egginton studied at Newton College, then Newton Abbot College of Art, before spending most of his time in an architect’s office perfecting his painting and drawing technique.

Egginton first visited Ireland in 1930, with many of his following works centred around the Irish landscape. Having prolonged his stays in Ireland, Egginton exhibited in the 1936 Royal Scottish Academy his work, ‘The Calabber River, Co. Donegal’. He also travelled to Iceland, Switzerland and the USA.

Occasionally Egginton’s work was exhibition in Rodman’s Art Gallery, Belfast, but when he died in 1990, his nephew Robert Egginton held an exhibition of his work in the Magee Gallery, Belfast.

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