(1857 - 1915)
Frank Bramley was active/lived in England. Frank Bramley is known for post-impressionist, interior, figure and genre painting.
Biography Frank Bramley
An English painter, Frank Bramley attended Lincoln School of Art from 1873 to 1878. He studied from 1879 to 1882 with Charles Verlat at the Koninklijke Academie voor Schone Kunsten in Antwerp, as did other future Newlyn school painters such as Fred Hall (1860-1948), Thomas Cooper Gotch and Norman Garstin.
After a period in Venice (1882-4) Bramley joined the artists' colony in Newlyn, Cornwall, where he stayed until 1895. The Newlyn school became known for its Cornish genre scenes and plein-air approach, but Domino (1886; Cork, Crawford Mun. A.G.) typifies Bramley's initial interest in interiors with varied natural and artificial light effects, as well as his involvement with tonal harmonies and the surface qualities of the square br
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