The Entrance Gate, Neuville, Foret d’Arc

Oil on canvas
61 x 46cm





Spencer Gore [ 1878 - 1914 ]

Spencer ‘Freddy’ Gore was one of the most exciting avant-garde artists working in England in the years immediately before the First World War. However, his career was tragically cut short when he contracted pneumonia whilst painting outdoors in Richmond Park and he died in March 1914, aged only thirty-five. He had trained at the Slade, where he knew Augustus John.

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