Frank Moss Bennett 1874-1952
Frank Moss Bennett was born in Liverpool in 1874, he was the second eldest of four sons. His father by trade was an iron founder. As a child Frank was educated at home with his brothers. He then went on to Browns House at Clifton College in Bristol.
Even at an early age Frank's talent for art was clearly showing.
He moved to London to study at The Slade School of Art. In 1894 he then went to The St. Johns Wood School of Art to further his studies.
On the 4th February 1896 he was accepted into the Royal Academy School of Art where in 1899 he won the coveted Gold Medal for his work along with a travel scholarship. His works have been displayed at the Royal Academy.
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