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Frank Vernon Martin

Frank Vernon Martin (1921-2005) was a printmaker, illustrator and teacher, born in Dulwich, southeast London.

He read history at Oxford University and then studied at St Martin’s School of Art. After army service in World War 2 he gradually established himself as a freelance artist, although he taught at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts from 1953-1980.

He illustrated many books, including Charles Lamb’s Essays, 1963 and William Hazlitt’s Essays, 1964. From 1966 he turned his attention to a long series of prints of Hollywood actresses of the silent film era.

   
 
 
 
 
 

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