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Frank Paton

Frank Paton – 23 November 1855 – 13 November 1909

Individual; painter/draughtsman; printmaker; British; MaleGenre and animal painter, illustrator and reproductive etcher; born and worked in London. Some of his works declared to the PSA. (British Museum)

R K Engen, ‘Dictionary of Victorian Engravers, Print Publishers and Their Works’, 1979. 

A figure, animal painter and an illustrator.
Frank Paton lived and worked in the south-east of England, in London, Essex and Kent, during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He exhibited mainly at the Royal Academy (16 paintings) but also at the Fine Art  Society and the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool. (Ref: J Noot)