(1867 - 1953)
Frederick William Hull was active/lived in Ireland. Frederick Hull is known for plein air small scale landscape painting.
Biography Frederick Hull
A Belfast businessman and artist, Frederick Hull was born in Drogheda, County, Louth. In the 1890s he took painting lessons at the Government School
of Art in Belfast.
A member of the Belfast Art Society, he was also
an exhibitor at the Ulster Arts Club and the Royal Hibernian Academy*. The year 1949
was a very successful one for Hull as the Belfast Museum and Art
Gallery staged a retrospective of his work. Hull's trademark was
his small wooden panels, especially cut to fit the inside the lid
of his paintbox, thereby allowing him ease of travel and to paint
en plein air*.
* For more in-depth information about Whyte's Auction
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