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Breton Youth

© estate of Henry Lamb / Bridgeman Images . Photo credit: Bolton Library & Museum Services, Bolton Council

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Born in Australia, the artist’s family moved to Manchester when he was three. He won a scholarship to study medicine at the University of Manchester, but ran off to London with Nina Forrest. In 1906 he enrolled at Chelsea School of Art, run by Augustus John and William Orpen, both outstanding artists. The following year he studied at Paris, married Nina and began to exhibit at the New English Art Club.

Bolton Museum and Art Gallery

Bolton


Date

1910

Medium

oil on panel

Measurements

H 32 x W 24 cm

Accession number

BOLMG:1998.177

Acquisition method

purchased with the assistance of the Victoria and Albert Museum Purchase Grant Fund, 1985

Work type

Painting


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