Person    | Male  Born 26/5/1878  Died 27/3/1914

Spencer Gore

Categories: Art

Spencer Frederick Gore, painter. Born Epsom, Surrey, son of the sportsman also called Spencer Gore. Clearly a clubable man he was a member of the New English Art Club, founding member of the Fitzroy Street Group, the Camden Town Group, and the London Group. Lived and painted in the Camden Town / Mornington Crescent area. Moved to Richmond in 1913 and died there.

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Spencer Gore

Spencer Frederick Gore, 1878 - 1914, painter, lived and worked here, 1909 - 1...

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