Frederick Clifford Harrison (1901-1984), Trompe L'oeil of a Russian 'Kvass' jar and Dutch Deft plates, oil on board, initialled and dated '73. Within original frame.
Frederick Clifford Harrison was a still life painter, born in London in 1901. He studied at Hammersmith College of Art and Central School of Arts and Crafts. In the 1920s he worked in advertising for Publicity Arts Ltd including designing posters for Shell, later he concentrated on producing meticulous trompe l’oeil pictures of uncanny realism. He exhibitrd widely, incluidng at the RA Summer Exhibition until 1967, Furneaux Gallery, Harris Art Gallery in Preston, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts and Chelsea Art Club. E Stacy-Marks Ltd, Eastbourne, included Harrison in its 1989 Centenary Exhibition.
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