Frederick Brown was a watercolourist and painter of landscape and genre.
He studied at the Royal College of Art from 1868-1877 and later in Paris with Robert-Fleury and Bougereau. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1879 and at the Royal Society of British Artists (of which WHistler was President, 1886-1888). In 1886, Brown became involved in setting up the New English Art Club. He also became well known as an art teacher, succeeding Alphonse Legros as Slade Professor in 1892.
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