SELL DONALD HAMILTON FRASER PAINTINGS AND PRINTS – VALUATION & APPRAISAL IN 2019.
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Biography – Donald Hamilton Fraser [1929-2009]
Born in 1929 in London to fine art dealer and illustrator parents.
He studied at St. Martins School of Art and then in Paris on a government scholarship in 1953. On returning to England he worked for the Art Review. In 1958 he began teaching at the Royal Collage of Art and taught alongside Peter Blake and Julian Trevelyan. His students included David Hockney and Patrick Caulfield. In 1970 he became a Fellow of the Royal College of Art and a member of the Royal Academy in 1985.
His style of painting uses thick layer of paint applied with a palette knife in an abstract way but still retaining a recognisable image. Fraser also produces drawings of ballet dances showing influences of Degas.
He wrote several books including: “Donald Hamilton Fraser on Gauguin’s Vision after the Sermon” and “Dancers – Ballet Paintings and Drawings”.
He died in 2009 in Henley-on-Thames where he had lived with his wife since 1969.
What did he paint?
Abstract Landscape and seascapes. Ballet dancers and figure subjects.
How did he sign his works?
Signed work : “Fraser”
Did he work in other media?
He worked mainly in oil, watercolour and made chalk drawings of dancers.
Did he make prints?
He made Silkscreen prints over many years with subjects including Beach scape Skerray, Cape Wrath, Dancer in class, Lindisfarne, and the Needles.
Where did he sell?
We see gallery labels and provenance from Paul Rosenberg & Co in New York, Gimpel Fils Gallery, Gimpel-Hanover Gallery, Bohun Gallery, Gallery Ten, CCA Galleries, Kingfisher Gallery, Bunkamura Gallery, Flying Colour Gallery, W.H.Patterson Fine Art, and Oakham Galleries.
Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Albright-Knox Gallery, Carnegie Institute, Southampton City Art Gallery and the Royal Academy.Contact Us