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Subject:  Portrait of a Lady

Artist:  Frank Owen Salisbury RI ROI RP (1874-1962)

Provenance:  Signed and dated

Date:   1911   Size:  30”x 25”   Condition:  Fine

Frame:   Sympathetic to the period but not necessarily the original

Details:   This striking portrait is of an unknown lady. It is signed and dated 1911.

Born in Harpenden, Herts, Salisbury studied at Heatherley’s under John Crompton and at the R.A. Schools (Landseer Scholarship).

He also spent time studying in Italy, France and Germany.

He was hugely successful as a portraitist, painting King George V and other royals, Lord Simon, Churchill, Roosevelt, Eisenhower, Mussolini and many other public figures.

He exhibited at the R.A (78), R.P. (76), and was a  Paris Salon Gold Medallist.

His works are hung in galleries worldwide.

This striking portrait of a lady is signed and dated 1911.

Price: £1,500

Please note the following: Chantry Fine Art are happy to supply buyers with a photographic image of this item and believe that all of the details given are correct to the best of their knowledge. Buyers may wish to carry out their own research and again, Chantry Fine Art are more than happy to supply any information that might assist - you can contact Chantry Fine Art either by telephone or email.

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