Frank Bowcher was born Frank Boucher [1] in St. Pancras, Middlesex [now London], England in 1864 and was the son of William Henry Boucher (1837-1906), an etcher and cartoonist. He studied in London at the National Art Training School, under Edward Onslow Ford, and in Paris, where he was influenced by the work of Jules-Clément Chaplain and Oscar Roty. He subsequently worked in London as a sculptor and medallist. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy in London from 1892 to 1933. He also exhibited at the Royal Miniature Society in London; Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts; Leeds City Art Gallery; and the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool. He also participated in the International Exhibition i n Dublin in 1907 ; and at the Exposition Universelle in Paris in 1900, and the Exposition Universelle et Internationale in Brussels in 1910 at which he was awarded medals.

Text source: Arts + Architecture Profiles from Art History Research net (AHRnet)

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