(1880 - 1943)
George Edward Kruger Grey was active/lived in England. George Grey is known for Coinage and stained-glass windows, book illustrator, posters, cartoons.
Biography George Grey
George Edward Kruger Gray (Grey) (December 25, 1880-May 2, 1943) was an English artist, best remembered for his designs of coinage and stained glass windows.
He got his tertiary education at the Bath School of Art, today Bath School of Art and Design a department of the Bath Spa University. There he won a scholarship to the Royal College of Art* in London. Here he graduated with the Diploma in Design in his birth name George Edward Kruger.
During the First World War George Kruger Grey served with the Artists Rifles, and a camouflage* unit of the Royal Engineers. Here he was hiding military items, and made dummy objects to irritate the enemy forces.
In 1918, after George's marriage to Frances Audrey Gordon Grey, he
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