Person    | Male  Born 18/12/1874  Died 31/8/1962

Francis Owen Salisbury

Categories: Art, Craft / Design

Painter. Born in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. Known as Frank, his forte was in portraiture and he also painted over forty large canvases of historical and national events. He also produced a large quantity of stained glass, with the largest collection being at Wesley Chapel. Died at his home, Sarum Chase, 23 West Heath Road, where the plaque is.

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Francis Owen Salisbury

Francis Owen Salisbury "Frank" 1874 - 1962 Artist, mural and portrait painter...

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