Sir Terry Frost Art
sir terry frost

Sir Terence Ernest Manitou Frost (British, 1915- 2003) was an esteemed abstract artist active in Newlyn Cornwall, and known for his use of the Cornish light and colour palette to help pioneer the development of the British Abstract Movement in the 1950s. He began painting whilst a prisoner of war alongside fellow artist, Adrian Heath, who helped him realise his ability. His aesthetic was much informed by the Cornish landscapes and he continued to develop this whilst exhibiting with the St. Ives Society of Artists. 

His first exhibition was the Leicester Galleries in London's West End and a retrospective of his work was held in 2000. 


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