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Frank Beanland

Born in Yorkshire in 1936, Frank Beanland studied at the Slade and was part of the Porthleven group of painters in Cornwall in the 1960s. He first attracted critical attention when his landscape paintings evolved into all-over compostitions of light and colour - his 'spot paintings' which were first shown at the Grabowski Gallery in London. Beanland also exhibited with the London gallery Arthur Tooth & Sons.

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Paintings



Cadmium Green in White - Details


Cadmium Green in White September 1975
12 x 10 inches
Oil on canvas

Red Discs on Blue - Details


Red Discs on Blue October 1969
12 x 18 inches
Oil on canvas

Private collection



White with Orange and Green - Details


White with Orange and Green July 1969
14 x 18 inches
Oil on canvas

Private collection



Red over Lilac + Orange - Details


Red over Lilac + Orange 1968
44 x 34 inches
Oil on canvas

Private collection