Person    | Male  Born 8/10/1878  Died 17/7/1959

Sir Alfred Munnings

Categories: Art

Born Mendham, Suffolk. Artist specializing in paintings of horses and an opponent of ‘modernism’. The loss of an eye in 1898 did not impair his ability to paint. Knighted 1944. Died at home in Castle House, Dedham, Essex.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Sir Alfred Munnings

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Sir Alfred Munnings - Chelsea Pk Gdns

Sir Alfred Munnings, President of the Royal Academy, lived here, 1920 - 1959.

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Sir Alfred Munnings - Glebe Place

Sir Alfred Munning, President of the Royal Academy, lived here, 1920 - 1922. ...

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