Nude Male Figure in Classic Pose
An original work by Frederick Hinchliff. An oil on paper, stylishly framed with a triple mount.
The following biography of Hinchliff is taken from David Buckman book The Dictionary of British Artists since 1945:
"Painter and Teacher born Queensland, Australia. After studying at Huddersfield Technical College he attended the School of Art there and the Royal College of Art. He held a series of teaching posts in Leicester, Sheffield, Batley and Guildford from 1936-60 being principle of Croydon School of Art. Exhibited at the RA, NEAC and widely in the provinces. Hinchliff was involved in the restoration of St. Stephen's Chapel in the palace of Westminster, was noted for his murals and was active in art circles in Croydon. Surrey, where he lived."
103 X 69cm, framed, mounted, with glass.