Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC
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Stanley Grimm Oil On Board Painting - Early 20thC

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Oil on board painting of figures in a town square by British artist Staney Grimm (1891-1966).

In good condition but could benefit from a light clean. Inscribed verso and possibly on the bottom right in red but quite indistinguishable.

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Stanley Grimm ROI, RP was born in London and was a descendant of the brothers Grimm of fairy tale reknown. He was orphaned at an early age. He was brought to Russia by his fathers family and he studied painting at Riga Art School from 1910-13. He then continued his studies in Munich from 1913-14 this was at the time of the Blaue Reiter period which was of considerable influence to him. After many adventures including being conscripted by the Bolsheviks to paint propaganda posters in Russia, from which he was reputed to have escaped in a smugglers boat. After World War I he settled in London and continued to paint here until his death.