THE NAVAL ART OF FRANK HENRY MASON

September 22nd to November 10th, 2018

"The Naval Art of Frank Henry Mason"  features  a superb selection of  Mason's works centred around activities during WW1 and WW2

The large oil painting of the troop ship SS CLYDE landing troops at Gallipoli [see image above], is owned by the College, and will be a central focus of the WW1 section.

The venue is Ushaw College, Durham DH7 9RH and the exhibition will open on 22th September and run until 10th November.


For the exhibitions opening times please contact the venue.


Further enquiries welcome via my contact page.

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS 2015 - Scarborough

Frank Henry Mason. The Man and his Methods.

Frank Henry Mason. The Man and his Methods was held at Scarborough Art Gallery, The Crescent, Scarborough, in the latter part of 2015.

Frank Mason spent much of his early life in Scarborough and this exhibition displayed Scarborough paintings not shown at the other recent venues reflecting on his early career in Scarborough plus a wealth of other lesser known works.

2015 - Greenock

"ASHORE AND AFLOAT"

"ASHORE AND AFLOAT"

The Art of  Frank Henry Mason 1875-1965

The Art of Frank Henry Mason 1875-1965

This major 50th Anniversary Retrospective Exhibition of Mason’s work was held at the McLean Museum and Art Gallery, 15 Kelly Street, Greenock, PA16 8JX during the summer of 2015.

Audio

Listen to a recorded interview with Edward Yardley talking about Frank Mason and this exhibition inverclyderadio.scot

2015 - Hartlepool

THANK YOU TO THE SPONSORS OF THE HARTLEPOOL ART GALLERY EXHIBITION WHICH CLOSED ON 30th MAY 2015

The major retrospective exhibition displayed works from his early career as a painter in Scarborough and the North East coast, his travels abroad, naval incidents during WW1, book and magazine illustrations, his etchings, premiere railway poster designer, and his later commercial work. Mason became a famous institutional exhibitor of marine art during his long and varied career but this exhibition shows the full variety of his oeuvre.