London-based artist Holly Frean studied Architecture at Oxford Brookes University, as well as Fine Art at Camberwell College of Art and City & Guilds of London School of Art. In 2012 she won the National Open Art Competition Painting Prize awarded by Grayson Perry, and now exhibits internationally with the Rebecca Hossack Gallery.
Frean has received a wide range of media coverage, including appearing on BBC Radio 4 and a short BBC Arts film. She also has work in the private collections of notable figures such as the Duchess of Northumberland, fashion designer Paul Smith and comedians Russell Howard and Lee Evans.
A Pack of Blue Figures (Ode to Matisse 5)
90 Old Masters (Backs)