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Malcolm Drummond

(1880-1945), Painter and printmaker

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Painter of urban scenes, figures and interiors. Studied at the Slade (1903-7). Drummond became associated with the Fitzroy Street circle while studying at the Westminster School of Art (1908-10) under Sickert who later proposed his membership of the Camden Town Group. Influenced by his teacher's choice of subject and style of painting, Drummond's most innovative and best-known work was produced during this period. His painting Paddington Station, exhibited at the first Camden Town exhibition, was much praised by critics. During the First World War he worked on munitions.

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Malcolm Drummond, by Malcolm Drummond - NPG 6446

Malcolm Drummond

by Malcolm Drummond
oil on canvas, circa 1914-1918
NPG 6446

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