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Artist - Frederick Gore

Frederick Gore, born 1913 in Richmond, Surrey. Designed posters for London Transport 1991

  • Educated; Ruskin School of Drawing, Oxford University; 1932-1934
  • Educated; Westminster School of Art; 1934-1937
  • Educated; Slade School of Fine Art; 1934-1937


Frederick Gore is the son of the late artist and Royal Academician Spencer Gore. Following in his father's footsteps, Gore trained to be a painter. His first one-man show was held in 1937at the Redfern Gallery, London. This was followed by an international show the following year, at Galerie Borghèse in Paris. At this time Gore also began teaching at Westminster School of Art. After serving in the Second World War, he taught at Chelsea School of Art, where he became Head of Painting, Epsom School of Art and St Martin's School of Art. Gore lives and works in London. He continues to paint and exhibit his bold, impressionistic landscapes and cityscapes.

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