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Sir George James Frampton (1860-1928), Sculptor and craftsman

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Sitter in 13 portraits
Artist of 3 portraits
Frampton enjoyed a successful career as a sculptor and craftsman. After training at the Royal Academy schools and in Paris, he created many statues and public monuments including Peter Pan (1912) in Kensington Gardens. Closely associated with the Arts and Crafts movement, Frampton practised enamelling, goldsmith's work and woodcarving. Many of his sculptures are characterised by the combination of different materials, such as bronze and marble.

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3669

Sir George James Frampton

by Sir (John) Bernard Partridge
pencil, ink and wash, before 1927
NPG 3669

x19022

The Alma-Tadema Banquet

by Fradelle & Young
carbon print, 4 November 1899
NPG x19022

x6502

Sir George James Frampton

by George Charles Beresford
half-plate glass negative, 1902
NPG x6502

x13493

Sir George James Frampton

by George Charles Beresford
sepia-toned platinotype print, 1902
NPG x13493

x13492

Sir George James Frampton

possibly by George Charles Beresford
sepia carbon print on cabinet card mount, circa 1902
NPG x13492

x84204

Sir George James Frampton

by Bassano Ltd
vintage print, 26 November 1921
NPG x84204

x18117

Sir George James Frampton

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 26 November 1921
NPG x18117

x18118

Sir George James Frampton

by Bassano Ltd
whole-plate glass negative, 26 November 1921
NPG x18118

x162430

Sir George James Frampton

by Walter Stoneman
bromide print, 1924
NPG x162430

x31560

Sir George James Frampton

by Walter Stoneman
whole-plate glass negative, 1924
NPG x31560

x31561

Sir George James Frampton

by Walter Stoneman
whole-plate glass negative, 1924
NPG x31561

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