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Frank Egginton (1908-1990) was a British contemporary landscape painter.
He was born in Cheshire, England and educated at Newton Abbot College of Art, Devon, where his father and artist, Wycliffe Egginton, was headmaster.
Egginton painted many scenes in County Donegal, Ireland, visiting there in 1930. He exhibited 19 works at the Royal Hibernian Academy during the 1930s,
A regular exhibitor with the Fine Art Society in London, Egginton showed well over one hundred works there. He was primarily known for his watercolours, although later he began painting some oils.
His works can be found in the Queen’s University collection.