Hanslip Fletcher (Biographical details)

Hanslip Fletcher (painter/draughtsman; British; Male; 1874 - 1955)

Also known as

Fletcher, Hanslip


Etcher, illustrator and painter specialising in architectural studies of London and elsewhere. Born and lived in London. Educated at Merchant Taylors' School. Member of the Art Workers' Guild. His architectural drawings appeared in newspapers including the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Times. Exhiibited extensively including the Royal Academy, Goupil Galleries, Dudley Gallery, New English Art Club and other London galleries. He published several books of his illustrations including: 'Oxford and Cambridge Delineated', 1909; 'Changing London', 1924; 'Bombed London - 38 drawings of historic buildings damaged during the bombing of |London', 1947. His work is held by Dundee University, Manchester City Art Gallery, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter, as well as the British Museum.